The Stay Safe East Disability and Domestic Abuse Advisory Group was set up in July 2019 and meets every month. Group members include policymakers, frontline workers, academics and survivors, bringing their expertise and knowledge to discuss violence against Deaf and disabled people and how we can meet the needs of disabled survivors. Further details can be found in our policy report below.
- Presentation for Safe as Houses Conference October 2019Presentation for Safe as Houses Conference October 2019: Housing Rights of Disabled Women Survivors
- London Deaf and Disabled People’s Organisations Hate Crime PartnershipLondon Deaf and Disabled People's Organisations Hate Crime Partnership: Response to the Online Harms White Paper (June 2019)
- report by the Centre for Women’s Justice, End Violence Against Women coalitionWe recently gave our input on a report by the Centre for Women's Justice, End Violence Against Women coalition, Imkaan, and Rape Crisis England & Wales in response to the England & Wales Government's 'End to End' Review of the Criminal Justice System's Response to Rape. Click here for the large print version of the report.
- The Decriminalisation of RapeThe Decriminalisation of Rape: Why the justice system is failing rape survivors and what needs to change (November 2020)
- Stay Safe East report on policy and change work 2020Click here to read our report on policy and change work, originally written for The Three Guineas Trust (November 2020). This outlines in more detail the work we have been doing over the past year.