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The National Homelessness Event 2024: Working Collaboratively to Improve Homelessness Services

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The Tackling Anti-Social Behaviour Conference 2024

The Tackling Anti-Social Behaviour Conference 2024

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The Corporate Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) Conference 2024

The Corporate Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) Conference 2024

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The Diversity and Inclusion in Business Conference 2024

The Diversity and Inclusion in Business Conference 2024

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Religion and Belief Inclusion at Work Conference 2024

Religion and Belief Inclusion at Work Conference 2024

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Creating Accessible Services for Disabled Survivors of Domestic Abuse

Disabled women are twice as likely to experience abuse than non-disabled women. In this video, Ruth Bashall, Policy and Projects Advisor, at Stay Safe East shares some of the challenges disabled survivors of domestic abuse face and what changes need to be made to make services more accessible.

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Improving Care Outcomes for Children with Disabilities  

As of March 2022, there were 80,000 children living in care in England. Sharon Howard, Assistant Director of Lifespan, the Disabled Children and Young People's Service at Kent County Council discusses the multidisciplinary pathway the service has developed through partnership working to deliver support to disabled young people and their families.

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Youth Employability: Supporting Young Disabled People into Work by Building Relationships with Employers

There is often a misconception that disabled people are not as capable of holding down jobs or working in skilled sectors. We heard from Ellen Atkinson, Regional Adviser at the National Development Team for Inclusion. Ellen discussed why these myths should be dispelled and how employers can create pathways for disabled people to enter the workplace.

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