Introducing the Guest Blog page for ydom.co.uk
The Guest Blog page opens up a wealth of experience and knowledge from professionals working within the area of domestic abuse. Fresh content is available from many dedicated and experienced professionals, who want to share their knowledge and specialist areas they work in.
With Blogs, Guest Blogs and Podcasts there will be a wide variety of ways to access the information and support needed. The more information sharing in as many ways as possible is vital to breaking down the barriers in talking about domestic abuse. And it could help someone in need of support.
From the very talented Carrie Bower where you’ll find a selection of incredibly insightful blogs. These blogs focus on domestic abuse and older women. We need to make sure that everyone who has been impacted by domestic abuse is seen and heard!
Caron Kipping worked for many years as an IDVA (domestic abuse advocate) for her local domestic abuse charity, supporting women and men in high-risk abusive relationships. She re-trained as a Divorce Coach. Caron’s experience and expertise shines through in this blog!
Charlotte Hooper is the Helpline Manager at The Cyber Helpline, a UK charity and movement by the cybersecurity industry that supports over 2000 individuals and sole traders impacted by cybercrime and online harm every month. Read Charlotte’s blog to gain a deeper insight into recognising Tech Abuse!
Michaela Queensborough is an audacious agent of change, and PhD researcher with an unwavering commitment to championing children’s rights. An award-winning academic activist with education expertise. Michaela’s thesis explores the Duality of Domestic Abuse with reference to childhood and ethnicity. Adept Programme Lead with exceptional oratory skills and demonstrable published work proficiency. Michaela is one of 100 women to feature in H.O.P.E Calls digital art project celebrating Black and Brown women in VAWG. She is one of 60 women to feature in the 2nd series of Disruptors. A magazine book series that amplifies the narratives of ordinary women challenging the status quo by Violet Simon.
Various professionals will also be joining me in for the DIP in and out with Lucy Podcast
Lets keep the conversation going!
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