24 Hour Domestic & Sexual Violence Helpline 0808 802 1414 (freephone)  – Open to all women and men affected by domestic & sexual violence

Honour Based Violence, Forced Marriage and Domestic Violence from a Black and Minority Ethnic perspective

Event Date:, 9.30am - 12pm

Venue: Agape Centre, 236-266 Lisburn Road, Belfast, BT

Event Organiser: Belfast Domestic & Sexual Violence Partnership

African Women Northern Ireland have been funded by Awards for All to conduct free training sessions to professionals available as part of Continuous Professional Development on:

Honour Based Violence and Forced Marriage – 9.30am – 10.30am 

Domestic Violence from a Black and Minority Ethnic perspective, Modern Slavery and Trafficking – 11am – 12pm 

The training will be delivered by Angie Marriott who is an FGM expert from the UK, supported by Aderonke Ado-Imoisili.

Angie works with the police, Border Force and all statutory agencies and is well known nationally in the UK and globally for her work with gender-based violence that includes FGM, HBV, FM Modern slavery and trafficking.

Anderonke is Director of African Women Northern Ireland, a community group working in Belfast, who have been supporting and working with African women. They strive to empower African women and support survivors of domestic violence, Gender-Based-Violence, Forced Marriage, women who have been trafficked and exploited and survivors of FGM.

The seminar is free to attend and is open to police, professionals from health and social care, nursery staff, child minders, teachers, housing association staff, students and playgroup staff.

Places are limited so book early to avoid disappointment. For further information and to reserve a place contact:

Jenny.massey@belfastwomensaid.org.uk

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