National Conference 2022

We are pleased to announce that out annual National Conference will, in 2022, be returning as an in-person event. This conference brings together our federation of member organisations with leading experts from within and beyond the domestic abuse sector. The conference will showcase best practice, influence thinking and provide expert speakers with an important platform for discussion.  This will be a space for the federation to regroup and reflect on the impact of the last two years and explore opportunities for futureproofing and innovating the federation during and beyond an ongoing pandemic.

A mixture of panel sessions and workshops will provide practical and solution-focused support to members and others working with and for survivors of domestic abuse, with a strong focus on capacity-building in order to ensure influence and sustainability of every member organisation.

We will also be considering how we as a federation can work with all areas of society to see a step change in tolerance of domestic abuse and how we can best ensure survivors are met with an appropriate and informed response at all levels of their journey.

 

Date: Thursday 14th and Friday 15th July 2022

Venue: Conference Aston , Birmingham http://www.conferenceaston.co.uk/attending-an-event/

Audience

Members

Women’s sector

Mental health sector

Housing sector

Local government

Local authority

VAWG leaders

Commissioners

Corporates

Academics

Anyone with an interest in challenging violence against women

Members only

Bookings

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Non-member bookings

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More details are to follow soon – please email [email protected] with any queries about this event

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