Make a Stand Cymru
MAKE A STAND CYMRU 2019
The role of housing services in tackling violence against women, domestic abuse and sexual violence across Wales
Tuesday 26 March 2019, Cardiff
About the event
This Welsh Women’s Aid and CIH Cymru conference will examine the critical role of Housing Services in delivering the Violence Against Women, Domestic Abuse and Sexual Violence (Wales) Act, which requires partnership working to prevent these forms of violence and abuse.
The conference will also explore what commitments to ‘Make A Stand’ against violence and abuse means in practice, across all departments, for frontline Housing officers, managers and leaders
Who should attend?
The conference will benefit anyone working with people affected by violence, sexual abuse and domestic violence including:
- Housing association and local authority housing department staff including frontline workers, managers, directors, chief executives and chairs/board members
- Homelessness professionals
- Safeguarding professionals
- Public protection professionals
- Social workers
- Health professionals
- Probation officers
Exhibition & sponsorship opportunities
The event will feature a small exhibition and a number of high profile sponsorship opportunities for relevant service and product providers.
If you’d like discuss exhibiting or would like us to create a bespoke sponsorship package for your consideration then please contact Liza Fleming on 029 2076 5760 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
|Standard rate||£159 +VAT|
|CIH partner organisation (levy payers)||£129 +VAT|
|CIH members||£129 +VAT|
*limited number of places available on application*
For further information please contact:
Liza Fleming, Wales Engagement Manager
(029) 2074 1133
Abbie Dowd, Senior Events Co-ordinator
(024) 7685 1734
Welsh Women’s Aid is the national charity in Wales working to end domestic abuse and all forms of violence against women. We are a federation of specialist organisations in Wales (working as part of a UK network of services) that provide lifesaving services to survivors of violence and abuse – women, men, children, families – and deliver a range of innovative preventative services in local communities.