Respect Network Events.
Respect runs a programme of events for frontline workers, service managers, commissioners, funders, policy workers and researchers. Our events are practical and accessible, underpinning our three core strands of work: perpetrators of domestic violence, male victims of domestic violence and young people’s violence in close relationship; and support our ethos of high quality and safe service provision.
Shining the Spotlight on Perpetrators
14 November @ 10:30 am - 4:00 pm£120 - £156
Our annual working with perpetrators networking event this year will focus on:
Early intervention – responding at the earliest opportunity, before abuse becomes the norm
Behaviour change – offering opportunities for those ready, willing and able to change
Disruption – limiting a perpetrator’s ‘space for action’ to continue to abuse
Justice – ensuring no-one gets away with domestic abuse
Community – a grass-roots approach working together to end domestic abuse
Victoria Atkins MP, Minister for Crime, Safeguarding and Vulnerability, and Minister for Women;
The new Domestic Abuse bill.
The DA bill is looking to address domestic abuse at every stage, from prevention through to rehabilitation.
Thangham Debbonaire MP;
The new All Party Parliamentary Perpetrator Group. The APPG on Perpetrators of Domestic Abuse is chaired by Thangam Debbonaire MP and provides a forum for discussion of legislation and policy related to perpetrators of domestic abuse.
Natalie Blakeborough – CtL Project Manager, Welsh Women’s Aid
Ruth Mason – Business Development Lead, Women’s Aid
Victoria Cousins – Director of CtL England Perpetrator Response, Respect
Sara Kikrpatrick – Respect Services Development Manager
Change that Lasts (CtL) England and Wales
Women’s Aid England and Welsh Women’s Aid developed the Change that Lasts model that supports professionals to provide a strength based, trauma informed response to women and children who have experienced domestic violence and abuse. Respect is working in partnership with Women’s Aid to expand the Change that Lasts approach in England and Wales, developing a parallel strand of work addressing perpetrators of domestic abuse. The aim is to intervene with perpetrators as early as possible, enabling behaviour change and increasing accountability with the safety and wellbeing of survivors and children the key priority.
Dr Hannah Bows – Assistant Professor in Criminal Law – Durham Law School
Where parricide meets eldercide – an analysis of child to parent/grandparent homicides in the UK
Gender and the Internet of Things: The Implications of ‘smart’ technologies on victims of domestic and sexual violence and abuse; Dr Leonie Tanczer, University College London
Working with high-harm perpetrators with mental health issues; Jonathan Fowler
Multi-Agency Tasking and Coordination (MATAC) disruption interventions toolkit, Detective Superintendent Deborah Alderson
Power and control? Paul Wolf-Light – Ahimsa
Mayor’s Office for Policing and Crime (MOPAC) Stalking Project
MOPAC & Suzy Lamplugh Trust
More workshops will be announced as they get confirmed.
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