'A Year of Covid'
Understanding the Impact on the Domestic Abuse Frontline
Tue, 13 April 2021 15:00 – 16:30
Over the last 12 months, frontline domestic abuse professionals have met unprecedented challenges with extraordinary resilience & fortitude.
At this event SafeLives will launch its annual survey results of frontline practitioners, focusing on the impact of the Covid pandemic on demand, changes in case complexity, and the pressures on frontline workers themselves. We will also publish our findings from our Wellbeing and Support Groups for frontline staff, developed in partnership with Rock Pool and funded by the Home Office from January-March 2021.
We are delighted to be joined by:
15.00 Welcome - SafeLives CEO, Suzanne Jacob
15.15 Practitioner Survey Findings - SafeLives Researchers Martha Tomlinson, Emma Retter & Nicola Stokes
15.25 Survivor Voice - SafeLives Pioneer & Survivor Rachel Williams
15.35 Karma Nirvana Executive Director, Natasha Rattu
15.45 Aurora New Dawn CEO, Shonagh Dillon
15.55 Support & Wellbeing Groups - SafeLives Head of Practice Janine Roderick & Rock Pool CEO Sue Penna
16.05 Domestic Abuse Commissioner, Nicole Jacobs
Join the conversation online: #AYearOfCovid