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Events

25th March 2019 10:00AM - 16:00PM

Welsh Women’s Aid National Public Sector Leadership Conference

Those in leadership roles across the public sector have a responsibility to foster an organisational culture and infrastructure in which violence against women, domestic abuse and sexual violence are acknowledged as issues which may affect the workforce, the client group and friends and family.

Welsh Government’s Violence Against Women, Domestic Abuse and Sexual Violence team and Welsh Women’s Aid invites all senior public sector leaders to learn about and consider:

  • leadership responsibilities under the Violence Against Women, Domestic Abuse and Sexual Violence (Wales) Act 2015,
  • the case for creating a whole workforce approach to early identification and response, and to embedding violence against women prevention across every organisation’s core business.
  • examples of how creating a culture change in our public services can be achieved, so that violence against women, domestic abuse and sexual violence is no longer tolerated in Wales.

This event will see leaders and senior officers discuss, learn and share knowledge on a range of topics including employer responsibility, leadership and systems change, and will make the case for creating a whole workforce approach to early identification and response.

This conference will build on the work of the Strengthening Leadership Series and resources for Group 6 of the National Training Framework.

Who should attend?

This conference is for all senior leaders in the Welsh public sector. This includes Chief Executives, Directors, Senior Managers, Council Leaders and Commissioners. Responding to and preventing violence against women, domestic abuse and sexual violence is everyone’s business, and we look forward to seeing you there to make this a reality.

The event will be chaired by Jan Williams, Chair of Public Health Wales.

Speakers will include:

  • Jan Williams, Chair of Public Health Wales
  • Emma Allchurch & Huw Jones, Eversheds Sutherland
  • Melys Phinnemore, Insight HRC
  • Eleri Butler, CEO Welsh Women’s Aid
  • Sophie Howe, Wellbeing & Future Generations Commissioner
  • Jo Hopkins, Director of the ACE’s Support Hub
  • Jane Hutt AM, Deputy Minister & Chief Whip

Agenda:

View the agenda here: Agenda (English)

Evaluation: 

Prior to attending we ask that you please complete the following survey to enable us to evaluate the impact of this event. This MUST be completed by the persons attending the event. Please click on this link to complete the survey.

Please note:

Lunch and refreshments will be provided throughout the day. Should you have any dietary requirements please let us know.

Accommodation:
A room at the Marriott Hotel is £120.00/night Bed & Breakfast for sole occupancy and must be booked directly with the hotel. Visit www.marriott.co.uk

Travel:
The Marriott offers delegates a flat rate for parking at £10.00 for the day.
Nearby car parks are also available at John Lewis Car Park and St. Davids Dewi Sant Car Park
The Marriott Hotel is a 3-minute walk from Cardiff Central train station.

Accessibility:
The venue is fully accessible and DDA compliant.
If you have any specific access requirements please let us know.

Live time Welsh translation will be available during the morning plenary of this event. If you will require live time Welsh translations during the afternoon workshops, please let us know.

Special Requirements:

Should you have any special requirements such as:

  • dietary requirements
  • need for live time Welsh translations during the afternoon workshops
  • need for a BSL signer throughout the day,

please let us know [email protected]

Please register for this event here.

Welsh Women’s Aid National Public Sector Leadership Conference

Cardiff Marriott Hotel, Mill Lane, Cardiff, UK

"We would like more of a light shone on this area of work." Read @SwanseaWA blog for #16DaysofActivism here! welshwomensaid.org.uk/2019/12…

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