GWA Conference: Understanding Coercive Control–the New Law & Impacts on Local Resources9 Jul 2019
In partnership with Scottish Women's Aid, we are holding a conference event on Tuesday 20th August, 2019, from 09:30 to 14:30, at Curl Aberdeen.
“Understanding Coercive Control – The New Law and Impacts on Local Resources” focuses on coercive control, the ground breaking new Domestic Abuse (Scotland) Act and how it will impact local responses to women, children and young people affected by domestic abuse.
We are delighted to have as speakers on the day: Dr Marsha Scott, CEO, Scottish Women’s Aid who, working with women’s aid groups across Scotland, was instrumental in informing the new law; and Luke Hart who, with his brother, Ryan, lost the greatest part of their lives to domestic abuse and are now committed to raising awareness and speaking out against male violence towards women through their coercive control initiative, Coco Awareness. Find out more about Luke & Ryan's work here: https://www.cocoawareness.co.uk/
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The event will be of interest to those within Education and Children's Services, Social Work, Housing, Health, Third Sector, Community Justice, Community Safety, Academic Research and individuals who have a particular interest in coercive control, the new law and local impacts.
We look forward to seeing you at this interesting and informative event.