Cleveland Police consult on Everyone Matters

Cleveland Police has launched a six-week consultation on its Everyone Matters Strategy and Delivery Plan which sets out the forces approach to Equality, Diversity and Human Rights. It is seeking views and feedback on its proposed Strategy, objectives and suggested actions.  The consultation will focus the forces work in this area until 2020 and is open until 30th September 2016.

Survey of counselling services for women

The purpose of this survey is to find out what counselling and listening services exist for women in the NE combined authority areas (Co. Durham, Gateshead, Northumberland, Newcastle, North Tyneside South Tyneside and Sunderland) and where the potential gaps are. The information collected will be used to inform discussions about the possible development of a partnership or consortia around the delivery, development and sustainability of women's listening and counselling services.

Your views sought on access to legal aid

Following successful legal challenges, Government recently amended the evidence requirements for victims of domestic abuse seeking legal aid in private family cases. The Ministry of Justice is now working with the Law Society, the Legal Aid Practitioners Group, Resolution and Rights of Women to gather more information about the existing arrangements and how they operate in practice.

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.


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