Forced Marriage Awareness & Good Practice

When 23 July at 9:00am to 4:30pm, 2018
Provided by Leeds Women's Aid
Description This training will increase awareness and understanding of forced marriage in the context of honour-based violence and domestic abuse, the barriers and consequences of fleeing Forced Marriage, learning to identify risk indicators and increasing safety planning skills.
Venue Leeds city centre
Learning outcomes - What is a Forced Marriage? - Exploring the concept of Honour & understanding Honour-Based Violence - What are the motivations of honour-based abuse and forced marriage? - Survivors stories & Case study analysis - Understanding the barriers and consequences to fleeing Forced Marriage - Identifying risk indicators - Understanding the role of the Forced Marriage Unit and Forced Marriage Legislation to support professional working with and individuals affected by forced marriage and honour based violence and abuse. - Risk awareness exercise and analysis - Safety planning exercise and analysis - Understanding best practice when working with individuals affected by forced marriage.
Suitable for This course is appropriate for professionals, volunteers and managers working with adults and/or children affected by domestic abuse or forced marriage, including in social work, education, health, criminal justice, children’s centres, and voluntary sector organisations.
How to book To register, please contact Minnow on minnow@leedswomensaid.org.uk or visit our website for more information: http://www.leedswomensaid.co.uk/our-services/training/
Cost The cost is: £75 (voluntary sector); £85 (statutory sector); £120 (private sector), and refreshments are provided.