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18 Feb 2021
AVA is official partner for IG Criminal Justice’s ‘Tackling Domestic Abuse and Violence Forum.’
This year we are the official partner of Inside Government Criminal Justice's 'Tackling Domestic Abuse and Violence Forum' . They asked us to share insight into how we've been supporting frontline staff and working on digital support for survivors during Covid-19.
24 Nov 2020
What The VAWG Sector Can do to Meaningfully Support Black Lives Matter
Aqsa Suleman, AVA guest blogger discusses what the VAWG sector can do to meaningfully support Black Lives Matter.
5 Nov 2020
We are Hiring – Clinical Supervisor
AVA are looking for an experienced Clinical Supervisor with expertise in domestic abuse and multiple disadvantage to provide group and individual supervision.
CPD Accredited Online Interactive Training Session: Parenting Post Abuse
Post domestic abuse parents often find themselves struggling with not only the trauma of having lived with the abuse but their children’s complex behaviours and needs. This course will explore the impacts of abuse on parenting, children and the parent-child relationship. Using the latest neuroscience research as well as relevant counselling, parenting and trauma informed research, delegates will explore ways of working with families post abuse.4 Mar 2021
FREE – Webinar: Supporting Survivors During COVID-19
Domestic violence has increased dramatically during this year’s lockdown. At the same time, supporting survivors has become more difficult due to the Government’s social distancing measures. This webinar will provide an overview of best practice for working with survivors during COVID-19 including remotely managing risk.4 Mar 2021
FREE – Webinar: Child to Parent Violence and Abuse: More Lessons from Lockdown
Helen Bonnick has been working in the field of child to parent violence and abuse for over ten years, raising awareness of this hidden form of family violence through writing, consulting and speaking at training events. In this webinar she will consider recent learning about CPVA, and the ways in which we need to adapt our work to support families affected.8 Mar 2021