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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.

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September 2018

Addressing young people’s violence and abuse; multiagency responses; working with autism/ADHD; learnings from child to parent homicide reviews

26 September @ 10:30 am - 4:00 pm
Jury’s Inn Newcastle Quayside, South Shore Road, Gateshead, NE8 3AE, South Shore Road
Gateshead, Gateshead NE8 3AE
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Respect Young People’s Services National Event Respect’s Young People’s Services Event focuses on pioneering work with young people who use violence, abuse and challenging behaviour particularly within the family. The event will engage you in new thinking and approaches to complement your work. This event aims to bring together experts, service managers and practitioners in an informal, participative event. Co-hosted with our partners, the Gateshead Early Help Service, this event will have a particular focus on: ·         Working with young…

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October 2018

Individual working with perpetrators of domestic abuse 4-day training course

15 October @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Mon 15th – Tues 16th & Mon 22nd – Tues 23rd October 2018 Course Overview This course is designed for organisation who have set up, or are in the process of setting up, a one-to-one intervention programme for domestic violence and abuse perpetrators. The course explores the difference between group and individual work, when individual work might be more effective, and how to use the Respect Individual Work Programme with perpetrators of domestic violence and abuse. The training is participatory and…

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November 2018

Working with Perpetrators of Domestic Abuse Networking Event

14 November @ 10:30 am - 4:00 pm
Amnesty International Human Rights Action Center, 25 New Inn Yard
London, EC2A 3EA United Kingdom
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£120 - £156

Our annual working with perpetrators networking event this year will focus on: Opportunities and challenges from the new Domestic Abuse Bill Setting up community-based early intervention responses to perpetrators – Change that Lasts Perpetrator Response partnerships in Lincolnshire, Sussex and South Wales Work with survivors whose partners are on behaviour-change programmes – how is it different from other support services? Speakers and workshops announced as they are confirmed. Become a member of Respect today and attend our event on Respect's…

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Cross-cultural working with perpetrators of domestic abuse training course

27 November @ 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
£120 - £156

Cousre Overview This course challenges participants’ understanding of culture through self-reflection and experiential learning. The course aims to teach participants how to work with and understand culture, how to recognise and address the biases that can feed into practice, and how to overcome the barriers that can prevent effective work with perpetrators of domestic violence and abuse. What will I learn? Participants will learn how to work with and understand different cultures, and how culture feeds into practice. The course…

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January 2019

Running groups with men who use intimate partner violence: Essential skills for groupwork facilitators training course

22nd January 2019 @ 10:00 am - 29th January 2019 @ 4:00 pm
£720 - £900

DATES: 22-24th & 29-31st January 2019 Course Overview This course aims to give participants the skills they need to become a confident group work facilitator, who can motivate perpetrators to change their abusive behaviour. This is a highly experiential course which highlights the range of perpetrator programmes available that can be adopted by organisations. Please note that Respect does not prescribe a model of work for groupwork programmes. What will I learn? Participants on this course will learn how to…

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February 2019

Working with Young People’s Violence in Intimate Relationships training course

25th February 2019 @ 10:00 am - 1st March 2019 @ 4:30 pm
£720 - £900

Course Overview This course aims to equip participants with a range of tools to respond to young people’s violence and abuse, and their parents. Using the Respect Young People’s Toolkit, participants will learn practical exercises for working with young people, guidelines for assessment and safe working process. The training includes full access to the online toolkit and the accompanying DVD materials, which have been developed and piloted for use with 13-19 year olds. What will I learn? Participants will learn…

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March 2019

Working with male victims of domestic violence-national network event

12th March 2019 @ 10:30 am - 4:00 pm
Amnesty International Human Rights Action Center, 25 New Inn Yard
London, EC2A 3EA United Kingdom
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£129.95 - £168.76

Respect has been supporting male victims since 2007. In that time we have Set up the Men’s Advice Line: the UK helpline for male victims of domestic violence and those supporting them Developed the Male Victims Toolkit, a resource designed to support and inform frontline work with men experiencing domestic abuse Developed the Accreditation Standard for Working with Male Victims of Domestic Abuse As part of our work, we run an annual national networking event. Our events are designed to…

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Cross-Cultural Working with Perpetrators of Domestic Abuse

21st March 2019 @ 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
£120 - £156

Course Overview This course challenges participants’ understanding of culture through self-reflection and experiential learning. The course aims to teach participants how to work with and understand culture, how to recognise and address the biases that can feed into practice, and how to overcome the barriers that can prevent effective work with perpetrators of domestic violence and abuse. What will I learn? Participants will learn how to work with and understand different cultures, and how culture feeds into practice. The course…

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Individual Work with Perpetrators of Domestic Abuse training course- 25-28th March 2019

25th March 2019 @ 10:00 am - 28th March 2019 @ 4:00 pm
London tbc
£480 - £600

Course Overview This course is designed for organisation who have set up, or are in the process of setting up, a one-to-one intervention programme for domestic violence and abuse perpetrators. The course explores the difference between group and individual work, when individual work might be more effective, and how to use the Respect Individual Work Programme with perpetrators of domestic violence and abuse. The training is participatory and practical, with a strong focus on working interactively with the programme materials. What will…

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