Evaluation of support for agencies delivering a domestic abuse service

The NSPCC has published an evaluation of how it supports other agencies to deliver its Domestic Abuse, Recovering Together (DART) service for children and mothers who experienced domestic abuse. Findings include: professionals were enthusiastic about DART and said they felt confident about delivering the programme after training. Barriers to running the DART programme included problems with funding, staffing, transport, venues and issues with taking children out of school.

Source: NSPCC Caspar Alert 

Landmark win gives survivors their voice back but Women’s Aid calls on Government to make right to vote in safety a reality for life

This week the Government announced plans to make it easier for people to register to vote anonymously, enabling domestic abuse survivors to vote without fears for their safety. Women’s Aid released a statement welcoming the announcement, but calling on the Government to make Anonymous Voter Registration valid for the rest of survivors’ lives.

Jobs: EVA Women's Aid (Redcar, Cleveland)

EVA Women’s Aid (Redcar, Cleveland) is recruiting a part-time Schools Project Support Worker. EVA supports women, young people and children affected by domestic abuse/sexual violence. They are looking for a Support Worker to join their enthusiastic, motivated and busy team! You must hold a current full UK driving license and have access to a vehicle to apply for this post. For an application pack, please email  CVs will not be accepted.

Closing date: noon, 21 September 2017

Interviews w/c 25 September


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