The Domestic Abuse Conference is set to return to Liverpool this year on Thursday 29 June.
Taking place at the Hilton Hotel, the multi-agency conference, presented by Morecrofts Solicitors, aims to educate and motivate delegates as well as provide insight into a wide range professional practices and perspectives on domestic abuse.
Now in its seventh year, the conference has become a must-attend event for professionals who encounter domestic abuse in their line of work, including police officers, NHS staff, social workers, lawyers, local government officials, educators and housing organisations.
Speakers confirmed for this year’s event include Dr Jules Carlisle, lead consultant clinical psychologist at Mersey Care NHS Trust, domestic abuse consultant Malka Livingstone and Emma Pickering, senior tech abuse manager at charity Refuge. More speakers will be announced in due course.
The full-day event also offers an opportunity for networking and building new connections across different sectors, with a light breakfast, lunch and afternoon refreshments included in the delegate ticket.
Jo-anne Lomax, partner at Morecrofts Solicitors, who is hosting the event, said:
“Each year, professionals from a huge range of backgrounds and sectors come together for the Domestic Abuse Conference because they value the insights, updates and experiences that are shared among delegates and speakers throughout the day.
“It is a unique opportunity for all those who care for and protect victims of domestic abuse to come together, understand any policy changes and identify new ways to tackle this malign problem. I look forward speaking to many fellow professionals on the day.”
This year’s conference is again sponsored by Torus Housing. For further information or to register, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/the-domestic-abuse-conference-2023-liverpool-tickets-525614596407