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Abuse victim Natasha to share her story at The Domestic Abuse Conference Liverpool, presented by Morecrofts


A domestic abuse survivor who was starved and raped while pregnant by her ex-husband is to speak at our Domestic Abuse Confernce conference in Liverpool.

Natasha Saunders endured sexual, mental and physical abuse for eight years and at the hands of her former partner, who was eventually jailed for 12 years. She will bravely share her story with delegates at the Conference, organised by Morecrofts Solicitors.

Natasha has waived her right to anonymity to speak out for women who feel they have no voice and to educate young people who may have a warped view of relationships from watching internet videos. She has also joined forces with charity Refuge to launch the Consent Campaign.

The multi-agency conference attracts a host of professionals from across a broad range of disciplines including social care, education, policy, local authorities, police and the NHS. It aims to inform and inspire delegates with the latest updates on professional practices around domestic abuse and how best to support victims.

This year’s conference will be held at the Hilton hotel in Liverpool city centre from 9am to 4.30pm on Thursday 9 June. It is supported this year by regeneration and social housing group Torus.

Emily Spurrell, Merseyside Police & Crime Commissioner and Dr Jules Carlisle, lead consultant clinical psychologist at Mersey Care NHS Trust are among the speakers.  Emma Pickering, senior tech abuse manager at Refuge, Karen Senogles, criminal justice programme manager at Standing Together Against Domestic Abuse and Charlotte Stenhouse, operations manager in supported housing at Torus, will also speak.

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