Why We Rap
The RAP Foundation is a charity created by the founders of The RAP Project, offering free workshops in state schools & academies. While TRP is in over 200 schools, less than 15% of these are state funded. Our Board of Trustees wishes to redress this imbalance by providing RAP presentations free of charge to the schools in the state sector.
Our presentations include a range of topics, including the laws defining sexual assault, peer on peer sexual harassment & consent; how social media & pornography influence attitudes, behaviours & body image; the lack of discretion practiced my many young people online & how to manage peer pressure & mental well-being. We dispel myths, misconceptions & challenge gender stereotypes. Inclusive & respectful of all individuals & their choices, we also balance religious & cultural perspectives into our delivery. Our interactive, age-appropriate talks are honest, engaging and promote our core belief: “Mutual Respect and Mutual Consent”.
Find out more about who makes up the Rap Foundation Team & The Trustees below.