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Work Space Safe Space New Initiative

Workplace Safespace
A new initiative supporting Hillingdon employers to recognise signs of Domestic Abuse 21 August 2020 With thanks to funding from the London Community Foundation as part of MOJ COVID-19 Extraordinary Funding, three specialist organisations have joined forces to engage with Hillingdon employers to help them understand and support staff experiencing domestic abuse.This initiative will engage with 150 local businesses with a reach of up to 5000 employees and develop 50 safe spaces.The partnership comprises of Hillingdon Women's Centre, The Sharan Project and GroW and they are working closely with Hillingdon Council and the Safer Hillingdon Partnership’s Domestic Abuse Strategy to make Hillingdon asaferplace to live,workand visit. Training programmes start the first week of September."We are delighted to be working together to make a real and lasting impact within Hillingdon. Thanks to the London Community Foundation we will be able to ensure employers are provided with training and safe spaces for victims of domestic violence "Vicky Lechuga Centre Manager, Hillingdon Women's Centre. For more information contact vicky@hillingdonwomen-scentre.org Please see next page for detailed quote and information from LB Hillingdon who are supporting this project.Hillingdon Women’s Centre empowers women through friendship, op-portunity, practical support and adviceThe Sharan Project provides support and advice to BAME women, particularly of South Asian origin, who have been affected by domestic abuse Hillingdon Council Safer Hillingdon Partnership’s Domestic Abuse Strategy The GRoW Programme supports women into work, enterprise and training
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