Help for Victims Outside the UK
The Revenge Porn Helpline is only funded to support victims of intimate image abuse in the UK. If you are not from the UK but require support for this abuse we would recommend that you report what is happening to the police, if it is safe to do so and you may find another organisation in your country below to provide you with support.
You may be able to find an organisation in your country to provide you with further support, find the list below.
Young Women’s Christian Association (YWCA)
A multi-service organisation supporting women and girls against violence and human rights violations.
United States of America
Cyber Civil Rights Initiative (CCRI)
Provide emotional support, technical advice and information for victims of online abuse. You can contact their 24/7 helpline via phone or victim intake web form.
SaferNet is an NGO that runs the Safer Internet Centre in Brazil, which offers a web-based helpline to support victims of online violence. This web support is available at www.helpline.org.br.
Contact via webform or webchat.
Australia and New Zealand
The office of eSafety Commissioner
Support all Australians who have experienced image-based abuse. They provide reporting options, support and resources for victims, their family and friends, and bystanders.
An organisation focused on online safety. They help people stay safe online by providing online safety education, advice and support. They can provide information and advice about using digital technology safely, and about managing online challenges like online harassment, bullying abuse and scams. Offer help and support for victims of image based abuse.
A partnership with Bengaluru City Police led by Mrs Rani Shetty, they provide support and advice for people who have had intimate images shared without their consent.
Digital Rights Foundation Cyber Harassment Helpline
A helpline for victims of online harassment and violence in Pakistan. The Helpline provides free and confidential legal advice, digital security support, psychological counselling and a referral system to victims of online harassment. The Helpline will provide a judgment-free, private and gender-sensitive environment for all its callers.
Phone: 0800 39393
Korea Cyber Sexual Violence Response Center (KCSVRC)
Supports cyber sexual violence victims through counselling support, video deletion support, investigation, legal support, and psychotherapy support. They also provide education and lecture activities and campaigns to solve sexual violence problems in cyberspace.
Safer Internet Association Safe Line Japan
Handle reports from the public regarding illegal content and harmful content on the internet that could lead users to become the victims of crime.
The Taipei Women’s Rescue Foundation (TWRF)
Focus on women and have recently supported victims who have intimate sexual images shared without consent.
Israel and Palestine
SAWA is a Palestinian, non-profit civil society organization that offers a helpline to support women who are victims of sexual exploitation, including cyber exploitation.
SAWA’s Ramallah number is +972 2 2418100
Jerusalem phone number: +972 2 534122.
The organisation is intended for women of all ages who are experiencing violence or are worried about violence, they offer help and support for women experiencing digital violence.
Digital violence information: www.naistenlinja.fi/tietoa-vakivallasta/vakivallan-muodot/digitaalinenvakivalta
Phone: 0800 02400
Web form: www.naistenlinja.fi/palvelut/kysymys-vastaus
Right to the image (Droit à l’image)
A French government website explaining the legal rights an individual has to his or her image, as well as pathways to request the removal of an image.