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Domestic abuse in housing workshop


16 September 2019, Hull

About the event

Venue

Warehouse 8
Guildhall Road,
Hull
HU1 1HJ

Car parking infomation can be found here.

Please note that the nearest multi storey car park at George Street, Hull, is currently closed. There is metered parking on the street but this is maximum of 2 hours unless a blue badge holder.

Hull Paragon Interchange train station is a 10 minute walk from the venue.

 

Time

9.30am - 1.00pm

Description of event

‘Housing is a key issue in domestic abuse’. This workshop will look at what Domestic abuse is, it’s effects on individuals, communities and society. We will look at why housing providers should implement policies and procedures to deal with domestic abuse and how this can realistically be achieved.

DAHA will provide delegates with the following information:

• Who is DAHA & what is our Mission?

How DAHA was founded and how we aim to improve the Housing response to domestic abuse as part of the coordinated community response

• Why do housing need to improve their response? A (brief) case study.

• How are DAHA working to improve the housing response to domestic abuse?

Look at standards & the 8 priority areas and the accreditation process

• What are the benefits of DAHA Accreditation?

Looking at the cost benefits, the reputational benefits & the humanitarian benefits of improving the response to families living with domestic abuse

Hull City Council will then focus on the approach that their Housing Service has developed to respond to domestic abuse, as part of a multi agency partnership. They will share their experience of what works in terms of embedding culture change in this area and the practical steps they took to get there. The session will also provide insight into the DAHA accreditation process from the perspective of a large social landlord and outline the benefits our organisation gained through achieving it.

Benefits of attending

Develop your knowledge of recommended working practices and learn from the experiences of other housing providers.

Booking information

 This event is free to attend for CIH members and £40.00 + VAT for non-members.

Non CIH members, please note if you cancel within 3 days of the event or do not attend you will be charged the full fee.Members - Click on the book button and book your place using your CIH membership number and password.

Members - Click on the book button and book your place using your CIH membership number and password. 

Non-members - Are you a non-member of CIH or is this your first time using the website to book an event?

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Alternatively contact sarah.smith@cih.org quoting ref: REYH160919.

 



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