Would you know the signs of Domestic Abuse?
Domestic Abuse—it’s a matter of life and death
On average two women are killed by their partner or ex-partner every week in England and Wales.
13 million women and 716,000 men experienced some form of domestic abuse in the last year.
On average the police receive over 100 calls relating to domestic abuse every day
The Diocese of Gloucester, in partnership with Restored are running Domestic Abuse workshops as part of the 16 Days of Action Against Gender Based Violence.
The workshops will explore:
- What Domestic Abuse is and who is affected
- How we can support those affected by Domestic Abuse
Theology relating to this topic
- How the Gloucestershire Domestic Abuse Service supports people who are affected
- What the Church can do
- What you can do
Becca Faal and Brett Riches, Diocesan Safeguarding Officers
Dean Stephen Lake/ Bishop Rachel/ Bishop Robert/ Canon Andrew Braddock and Mandy Marshall, Director at Restored.
Refreshments will be served at each session.
|Wednesday 30 May 2018||7.00 – 9.30pm||Tewkesbury, Holy Trinity|
|Wednesday 5 December 2018||10.00am – 12.30pm||Parliament Room|
|Wednesday 5 December 2018||7.00 – 9.30pm||St Georges, Tuffley|
To book onto a workshop please email Safeguardingtraining@glosdioc.org.uk