Honour-based violence and forced marriage: protecting those at risk and supporting survivors (CPD course)
CPD: 3 points
More people than ever are reporting Honour Based Violence. 11,744 incidences of honour based violence were recorded in the UK between 2010 and 2014 (The Iranian and Kurdish Women’s Rights Organisation) including approximately 12-15 honour killings each year (Halo Project), calling for a national strategy to combat this abuse.
This comprehensive course is designed to enable better detection and protection of children & adults at risk of Forced Marriage and Honour Based Violence.
Course dates and booking:
See our list below for upcoming events and click on the course to book your space.
Jul 2019Honour-based violence and forced marriage: Manchester – 08/07/2019 at 10:30 am - 2:30 pm
Oct 2019Honour-based violence and forced marriage: London – 22/10/2019 at 9:30 am - 1:30 pm
Who is this training suitable for?
This course is suitable for professionals who want to understand their roles and responsibilities for safeguarding and supporting a person who has or may be forced into a marriage or is a survivor of Honour-based violence.
• Support Workers
• Domestic Abuse Prevention Advocates (DAPA’s)
• Independent Domestic Abuse Advisors (IDVA’s)
• Independent Sexual Violence Advisors (ISVA’s)
• School Teachers
• Community Outreach Workers
• Other Professionals who work with survivors of abuse.
Women’s Aid members: £150
Haringey Council Violence Against Women And Girls Coordinator
Shabana is a qualified trainer and associate lecturer, specialising in addressing violence against women and girls (VAWG). She has worked locally, nationally and internationally in ending gender based violence. She has held a range of operational and strategic roles, including the Training and Development Officer of Bristol Against Violence & Abuse, Director of The Sky Project ending forced marriage, National Schools Engagement Officer at Women’s Aid, and Project Manager at Against Violence & Abuse, working on substance use, mental health and VAWG.
Shabana is particularly interested in addressing issues around intersectionality, equality and diversity in relation to ending violence against women and girls.