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Lincolnshire's Domestic Abuse Business Conference

Join the Lincolnshire Domestic Abuse Partnerships conference, where insights will be shared as well as strategies and resources to help support and manage employees affected by domestic abuse.

Event Information

Come join Lincolnshire Domestic Abuse Partnership at the Lincolnshire's Domestic Abuse Business Conference 2023! This in-person and online event is happening on Tue Dec 05 2023 at The Poachers Country Hotel, Swineshead Road, Kirton Holme, Boston, PE20 1SQ.

Arrival from 8:45am, with the event starting at 9:30am. Facilities include free parking, refreshments and lunch. The event will close at 3:30pm.

Get ready to dive into important discussions surrounding domestic abuse and its impact on businesses.

The conference aims to provide a platform for those from various businesses to come together and share insights, strategies, and resources to tackle domestic abuse in the workplace. With a focus on raising awareness, promoting prevention, and supporting victims, this event is a must-attend for anyone passionate about creating safe and inclusive work environments.

Throughout the day, you'll have the opportunity to listen to engaging presentations and network with stall holders and other businesses. The line-up of expert speakers will provide valuable knowledge and practical advice on identifying signs of abuse, implementing effective policies, and supporting employees who may be experiencing domestic abuse.

Key speakers to include:

• Employers Initiative on Domestic Abuse [EIDA]

• Anglian Water

• Ringrose Law

• Sills & Betteridge

• Lived experience

• And many more

Don't miss out on this unique chance to learn from other businesses, exchange ideas, and contribute to the fight against domestic abuse. Together, we can make a difference!

To book or to find out more information please click here.

Event information:

The Poachers Country Hotel, Boston
PE20 1SQ

05/12/2023 09:30 - 15:00

Category: People

Organised by:
Lincolnshire Domestic Abuse Partnership