My Sister's Place seeks your views

My Sister’s Place is seeking the views of partner agencies about their service and referral process. The survey will take just a few minutes to complete and your views will be help to improve services.

Who can assist with Destitution Domestic Violence consession

The Office of the Immigration Services Commissioner (OISC) has confirmed that a level 1 adviser may provide advice and assistance with applications for a Destitution Domestic Violence Concession. The OISC regulates the provision of immigration advice in the UK and requires anyone providing immigration advice which is specific to a person's matter to be registered, unless they are a solicitor or barrister registered with the appropriate regulatory body.

Help needed with technology and domestic abuse research

Comic Relief has launched discovery research into the role of technology in domestic violence situations, taking place between now and October. It is working in collaboration with Chayn  (volunteer-led organisation using technology to empower women), Snook (service design agency) and Safe Lives (national domestic abuse) to deliver this. There’s a blog post about it.

Durham vigil in solidarity with US student

The Durham It Happens Here campaign are holding a vigil in solidarity with the Stanford sexual assault survivor and all victim-survivors of sexual violence at 8.30 on Saturday 11th June, at the same time as students in Oxford, on Palace Green. If you would like more info or to share the details, the Facebook event is here.


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