Register for SFC Legal Workshops in London, Birmingham & Leeds
Sisters For Change is running a series of legal workshops for Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BME) Violence Against Women (VAW) service providers, frontline support workers and organisations who support BME women in late November / early December 2017. Register now by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org to secure your place.
The aim of the training is to enable BME VAW service providers and related organisations to use the law to challenge unlawful decision-making by local authorities, police, social services and local councils in relation to individual cases where a BME woman has been a victim of violence.
Each workshop runs for 2 days (attendance at both days is required) from 9am-5pm. The workshops will be held at three separate locations in England, on the following dates:
- London: Thursday 30 November & Friday 1 December
- Birmingham: Monday 4 December & Tuesday 5 December
- Leeds: Thursday 7 December & Friday 8 December
The workshops are free to attend and each has a capacity of 20 places. Organisations can sign up for a maximum of two places per workshop.
The training will include sessions by experts on the following topics:
- Overview of working intersectionally with BME women and girls experiencing violence
- Outline of findings of SFC Report Unequal Regard, Unequal Protection: Public authority responses to violence against BME women in England
- The domestic legal framework for the protection of human rights in the UK & case studies on VAW
- International standards on VAW & case studies
- Domestic violence and immigration rules
- Trafficking / modern slavery
- The Domestic Violence & Abuse Bill
Register today by emailing us at email@example.com indicating the workshop you wish to attend and the number of spaces you require. We will reply confirming your booking and providing further details of the workshop venue and final programme.