Womens Support Project

Tackling coercive control

 This seminar will consider:

  • What do we mean by ‘coercive control’, and why do we need new legislation?
  • A Prosecutor’s Perspective on the Domestic Abuse (Scotland) Act
  • Possible difficulties in implementation, and potential unintended consequences

Speakers, panel and audience discussion and networking opportunity

This seminar is open to practitioners based in or providing a service to the north-east of Glasgow.  The venue is the Scottish Youth Theatre, Brunswick Street, Glasgow.

If you would like to apply for a place please send the participants name, job title, organisation and email to jan@womenssupportproject.org.uk

Organised by Women’s Support Project,  Funded by NE VAW Implementation Group, Integrated Grant Fund




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