Standing Together Against Domestic Violence (STADV) is a UK charity bringing communities together to end domestic abuse.
We have an exciting opportunity for a role based within our London MARAC Team, that requires knowledge and experience working within the domestic abuse sector, as well as strong administrative, interpersonal and stakeholder liaison skills.
Multi Agency Risk Assessment Conferences are regular meetings where information is shared by a variety of key organisations both statutory and non-statutory on the highest risk domestic abuse cases in order to create safety/ action plans that help reduce and manage risk to victim/ survivors.
Standing Together is recognised nationally as one of the most innovative domestic violence partnerships in the UK.
The DHR team is committed to providing a professional and valuable DHR service. Our experience of partnership working and an understanding of the resource constraints facing statutory and voluntary agencies has been crucial in ensuring that each DHR can deliver change in areas where it is needed.
It has been announced today that, Standing Together's CEO, Nicole Jacobs has become the UK's first Domestic Abuse Commissioner . Everyone at Standing Together is delighted and proud of this appointment and wish Nicole every success in her new role.
Read more here.
Join in this year’s national campaign to celebrate the strength of women!
November 25th every year marks the United Nations day for the Elimination of Violence against Women. At Standing Together Against Domestic Violence, we use this time of year to celebrate the strength of women who have survived VAWG, or supported someone who has.
Read our recent blog "Standing Together: Multi agency working and co-location in children's social care" on the SafeLives KNowledge Hub here
Whole housing is an exciting new project coming out of the housing team and linked to our work with DAHA.
The Whole Housing programme brings together domestic abuse systems leaders to establish comprehensive housing practice in relation to domestic abuse and deliver a ‘Whole Housing’ approach for the first time in three local areas:
Here are our upcoming courses:
Day 1: Understanding the Dynamics of Domestic Abuse: 11th June 2019 - Book Here
Day 2: Skills and Tools to Support Survivors of Domestic Abuse: 18th June 2019
Day 3: Domestic Abuse: Mental Health, Trauma and Self-Care: 15th July 2019
Day 1: Understanding the Dynamics of Domestic Abuse: 9th October 2019
Day 2: Skills and Tools to Support Survivors of Domestic Abuse: 30th October 2019
Day 1: Understanding the Dynamics of Domestic Abuse: 10th March 2020