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Domestic Abuse through the Life Course

Date: 22 February 2018
Time: 17:00 - 19:00

Southwark Campus - Keyworth Centre

Organiser: Women’s Health Research Group
Contact details: 020 7815 8182,
Price: Free
Punch and Judy

A seminar organised by the Women's Health Research Group at LSBU focusing on the current policy discussions around domestic abuse and the impact it has on families for generations

The government has recently placed domestic abuse at the centre of legislation and policy. This seminar aims to raise awareness of the meaning of domestic abuse, provide knowledge of voluntary organisation work and the trans-generational impact reverberating through families.

The women’s health research group is pleased to present:

  • Tirion Havard: currently conducting research in the area of coercive control
  • SOLACE Women's Aid: a local organisation working with women and children in Southwark
  • Sarah Maris-Shaw: who shares her experiences from work in a parental mental health team


5:00   Registration and Refreshments

5:30   Lecture: Omnipotence, Stealth and the Coercive Control of Women

6:15   Presentation: Voluntary Organisational Perspective

6:30   Presentation: Legacy of Domestic Abuse in Families

6:45   Q & A

7:00   Close

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