The launch of the We Matter Too project takes place at Portcullis House, Westminster on 2 July 5-7 pm.
It will platform findings from our practice research led by the Ann Craft Trust in partnership with Coventry University looking at the needs and experiences disabled young people of domestic abuse funded by Lloyds Bank Foundation. It is timely with the draft Domestic Abuse Bill and changes to Sex and Relationships Education underway.
The event will be hosted by Sarah Champion MP. We are also delighted that MP Jess Phillips will be speaking alongside Fay Maxted from Survivors Trust and other speakers linked to the project including Jane Evans from Safelives, Fay Maxted, CEO from Survivors Trust, Lisa Scivetti from Beverley Lewis House and Erin Devitt from Notts Women’s Aid.
Follow the link to find out more information and to register – https://www.anncrafttrust.org/events/we-matter-too-parliamentary-launch