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The National Degree Apprenticeships Conference 2024

The National Degree Apprenticeships Conference 2024

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The Student Mental Health and Wellbeing Conference 2024

The Student Mental Health and Wellbeing Conference 2024

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The Public Rights of Way Conference 2024: Improving and Maintaining Public Paths

The Public Rights of Way Conference 2024: Improving and Maintaining Public Paths

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The Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) Conference 2024

The Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) Conference 2024

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The Crisis Mental Health Services Conference 2024

The Crisis Mental Health Services Conference 2024

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Women in the Criminal Justice System: Improving Outcomes through Resettlement and Rehabilitation 2024

Women in the Criminal Justice System: Improving Outcomes through Resettlement and Rehabilitation 2024

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The Tackling Stalking and Harassment Conference 2024

The Tackling Stalking and Harassment Conference 2024

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Single Homeless Project: Overcoming Barriers to Supporting Survivors Experiencing Domestic Abuse and Homelessness

Domestic abuse both causes and perpetuates homelessness for women. In this video, Lucy Campbell, Head of Multiple Disadvantage at Single Homeless Project, discusses the intersection of domestic abuse with women’s homelessness and other forms of multiple disadvantage experienced by women. She shares research backed strategies for a ‘whole person’ response over siloed commissioning, aiming to counteract women’s experiences of judgement and blame with strength-based approaches.

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Merseyside Police and Hate Crime Against Sex Workers: Increasing Victims’ Confidence to Speak Out

Sex workers have long been victims of social polarisation, underpinned by a confusion around the criminal offence of sex work. In a 2016 study involving 240 sex workers in the UK, 49% said they were “unconfident” that the police would take their reports of violence seriously. In this video, DCI Cheryl Rhodes explains how Merseyside Police has expanded the local definition of hate crime to include sex work, and the steps they have taken to coordinate services for victims of sexual violence within the sex work industry.

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Home Office Night-Time Safety Policy Updates

The 2022 Personal Safety Release from the Office for National Statistics revealed that 4 out of 5 women felt unsafe walking in a park or open space after dark on their own. Lynne Abrams Head of the Interpersonal Abuse Unit in the Home Office, shares policy updates regarding night time safety and the Violence against Women and Girls Strategy.

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