Women’s Aid launches a guide to staying safe online
Women’s Aid in England have teamed up with Facebook to produce a guide to staying safe online. The guide aims to help women and girls understand the risks and tools needed to protect themselves and stay safe on social media.
The guide is available to download from the Women’s Aid website.
The Belfast Domestic & Sexual Violence Partnership have developed a leaflet for anyone experiencing domestic abuse from their adult child.
Adult child to parent violence and abuse is a form of domestic violence. It is when the adult child behaves in an abusive and/or violent manner, leaving the parent feeling frightened, threatened, intimidated and controlled.
If you are experiencing adult child to parent violence you can contact the 24 Hour Domestic & Sexual Violence Helpline for support on 0808 802 1414.
This document suggests practical tips and guidelines for the organisation and planning of an event such as a conference , seminar or workshop.
Updated Operational Policy 2016