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CRiVA webinar with Catherine Donovan and Kate Butterby - Shared screen with speaker view
NICOLE WESTMARLAND
06:48
OK great
broganp
17:25
will we be having a copy of the recording thank you
NICOLE WESTMARLAND
17:54
yes and yes :)
ruth lewis
38:55
unfortunately I have to leave for a mtg now but I've found the presentation so far really interesting and helpful - thanks, Catherine and Kate.
KATE BUTTERBY
39:21
Thanks for coming Ruth :)
NICOLE WESTMARLAND
39:29
Thanks Ruth we will send you the recording
NICOLE WESTMARLAND
44:29
Please start typing questions and comments :)
NICOLE WESTMARLAND
44:36
So we have some ready
NICOLE WESTMARLAND
47:22
When writing your questions and comments please change the dropdown box to ‘panelists and attendees'
NICOLE WESTMARLAND
49:48
Don’t be shy!
Joseph Mcaulay
49:55
. Thank you so much for the presentation, it's all been incredibly interesting and really useful. I've noticed in my research with Gay/Bi/Queer male victims of male IPV that a recurring them is survivors not being aware of LGBT+ support services. First, do you think Austerity has played a role in this lack of knowledge, and second, was this issue of outreach something that was brought up by service providers in this research?
WWIN
51:20
Thank you Kate and Catherine
Kari
53:46
As a DA Champion and LAGLO at work, I am surprised to learn both how little LGBTQ+ specific DA charities there are, but also the lack of funding (although I probably shouldn’t be surprised by the lack of funding unfortunately). I think covid would’ve had a very negative impact on the great work that these charities do, reducing the ability to get out into the community for 1, where a victim may have felt they could comfortably approach the charity in a public setting. Really interesting, thank you.
Diana James
53:54
What have you seen around gender & sexuality, as in trans, non-binary and genderfluid folk. Especially in regards to refuge spaces and availability.
James Rowlands
54:00
That was great, thank you. I think your study really illuminates the challenges that LGBT+ services (and the people working in them) face. I think you touched on it, but I wondered if you could expand on what interviewees said about why they did this work and, despite the challenges, what helped them to keep going?
BeckyRogerson WWiN
54:07
Many funders express a particular interest in this area - why do you think it's so difficult to secure that investment? I'm wondering whether it's the main services claiming to cover this area and then reporting low numbers?
Diana James
57:56
I find it sad that we are still having to talk about, DA and putting forward that LGBTQIA+ DA exists, as we have been talking about it since 2000.
Anita Jakhu
58:02
Thank you for the presentation Kate and Catherine. My question is around ensuring that the findings of the research are shared with parties/organisations that can make the difference- how will this happen? so that there can be some much needed changes and support to LGBT+ services ( generically) and especially for specialist DA services. So the messages today are heard by the right people to make the changes that cannot be sustained constantly.
Diana James
59:10
I worked in a male refuge, and with out work with Galop and others we had a large percentage of gay and trans men.
NICOLE WESTMARLAND
01:00:49
Thats probably it for questions thanks everyone, I’ll run through the ones we’ve already received :)
Stephen Burrell
01:04:09
If you would like to download the full report about Catherine and Kate's research, you can find it here: https://www.dur.ac.uk/resources/criva/lgbtdvaorgssnapshotofaworkingweek.pdf
Becky Barnes
01:05:17
Thank you so much, Catherine and Kate - really excellent presentation on a great piece of research, and a very interesting discussion.
Ros Walling-Wefelmeyer
01:06:02
Thank you so much Kate and Catherine. Very important work!
Diana James
01:07:35
After first working in same sex DA in 2000 I have found it an issue that we are still discussing the same things when I returned to DA work 3 years ago, not a question just a statement on the situation.
Ronnie Stockton
01:07:53
Thank you so much to all involved... great work all round and much food for thought
James Rowlands
01:09:05
Galop’s new guidance on ‘Commissioning for inclusion: Delivering services for LGBT+ survivors of domestic abuse’ can be found at http://www.galop.org.uk/commissioning-for-inclusion-delivering-services-for-lgbt-survivors-of-domestic-abuse/
KATE BUTTERBY
01:10:22
Thank you for coming along everyone!
AnitaLord
01:10:43
Thank you Catherine and Kate - that was really thought provoking.
Catherine Donovan
01:10:47
thank you everybody
Stephen Burrell
01:10:49
Yes thanks so much to Kate and Catherine!!
Daisy
01:10:54
Thank you Kate and Catherine, very insightful and important work!