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Domestic abuse subject of Anglia Ruskin University all-day event





Anglia Ruskin University (ARU) is to hold its second domestic abuse conference, on Wednesday, 10 April, from 9.30am to 5.30pm.

The free all-day event will also see the launch of the ARU staff and student domestic abuse policy.

The ARU event deals with domestic abuse. Picture: iStock
The ARU event deals with domestic abuse. Picture: iStock

Speakers and topics include ‘Conference in context’ by Suzanne Drieu, head of counselling and wellbeing at ARU, and David Walmsley, deputy director, student and library services at ARU; and ‘Using technology to combat domestic abuse and violence’ with Adam Constable, head of business development from personal safety app Hollie Guard.

[Read more: Domestic abuse support from South Cambridgeshire District Council will ‘save lives’, say assessors]

Reserve a spot at bit.ly/4at9n2G.



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