In this conversation, we’re joined by Kelly Henderson, founder and CEO of Addressing Domestic Abuse (ADA), a community interest company providing bespoke support to social housing providers and associated supply chains to identify and respond to domestic abuse.
Today we talk about the work Kelly has done with victims and survivors of domestic abuse, how organisations need to work holistically to provide positive outcomes and how all policy, practice and research needs to be people-centred, ensuring that the voices of survivors are recognised in all the work that is done to tackle DA.
Please note that you may find some of this discussion upsetting.
- Homelessness Amongst Black and Minoritised Ethnic Communities in the UK: A Statistical Report on the State of the Nation, by Glen Bramley, Suzanne Fitzpatrick, Jill McIntyre and Sarah Johnsen
- Femicide census report for 2020
- Durham University’s work around male domestic abuse
- Next Chapter
- Addressing Domestic Abuse
- Prof. Catherine Donovan’s work