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NEWS: The Domestic Abuse Conference returns to Liverpool in March 2020

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The Domestic Abuse Conference 2020 The conference will take place at The Crowne Plaza Hotel, 2 St Nicholas Place, Liverpool L3 1QW, on Thursday 5th March from 9.00am – 5.00pm.

This full day multi-agency conference will educate, inform and inspire delegates as well as provide insight into a cross section of professional practices relating to domestic abuse.

With a stellar speaker list, the event is a must for those who deal with or come across domestic abuse in their professional lives.

Delegates to previous conferences have included police, NHS employees, social workers, solicitors, local authorities, school employees and housing associations.

It is also an excellent opportunity to network and make new contacts.

First speakers announced:

David Challen

David is a domestic abuse campaigner and keynote speaker.

In February of this year, he successfully campaigned to free his mother Sally Challen in a landmark appeal recognising the lifetime of coercive control she suffered from her husband.

David campaigns against violence against women, recognising women’s experiences in the criminal justice system and healthy/unhealthy relationships.

David is a Prison Advice and Care Trust Ambassador (PACT) and a Freedom Programme Ambassador.

Judge Marilyn Mornington

Highly experienced Family Law Judge Marilyn Mornington became one of the UK’s youngest female judges when she took up the role aged 40.

Having recently retired from sitting full time, Marilyn is known for her instrumental contribution to positive changes in practice and procedures, which are used to address domestic abuse. She acknowledges there is still much to do in the field and continues in her mission.

Marilyn is a contributor to several publications, including ‘Abuse Of Vulnerable Adults’ by Jackie Pritchard. She is also a regular contributor to media documentaries, such as the BBC Asian Network documentary on honour killing, ‘Love, Honour & Obey’.

Tickets:

Tickets for the full day are £90.05 including all fees and VAT.

Breakfast, lunch and afternoon refreshments are fully included in the ticket price.

More speakers will be announced in the coming weeks

BOOK YOUR TICKETS HERE: www.domesticabuseconference2020.eventbrite.co.uk

If you have any queries please contact Ami-lee Price on 0151 236 8871

 

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