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3 March 2017, 9:45 – 16:00

Children Matter Too

Supporting children and young people and mitigating adverse experiences associated with domestic and sexual violence

Welsh Women’s Aid is delighted to invite you to our partnership seminar in Cardiff, to coincide with our Annual General Meeting, on 3 March 2017, 9:45 – 16:00, at The Temple of Peace.

We will be joined by internationally renowned researcher, sociologist and social worker Professor Evan Stark, who will focus on the impact of coercive control on children, children’s response strategies and what it means to work with children from a strengths perspective.

We will also hear from Rhian Bowen Davies, National Adviser for Violence against Women, Domestic Abuse and Sexual Violence, and funders, practitioners and young people themselves about ‘what works’ in supporting children and young people and championing children and young people’s human rights in relation to preventing violence and abuse.

Participants will also hear more about our priorities for meeting the needs of children and young people affected by domestic abuse and sexual violence, and how we can work together to achieve prevention, early intervention, and real change that lasts for children and young people in Wales.

Our children need support too. They need to be able to get help to help them understand what’s happened
– Survivor, Are You Listening, Am I Being Heard?

Welsh Women’s Aid members cost £25
Welsh Women’s Aid supporters cost £25
Non-members cost £50

To book your place click here

Discounts available for group bookings and adults who access our member services. For information please email

Exhibit: We have a limited number of exhibitor opportunities available at our event. To discuss availability and receive more information about our exhibitor rates, please contact Alice Moore on 02920 541551 or email

Children Matter Too

Temple of Peace, King Edward VII Avenue, Cardiff, United Kingdom

If you're affected by domestic abuse, sexual violence or any other form of VAWG you can contact the @LiveFearFree Helpline 0808 8010800

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