Working with Black and Minoritised Survivors Experiencing Domestic Abuse


Price: Free to anyone working or volunteering in Nottingham city and county
Date: Choose from the dates below
Location: Online
Duration: 3.5 hours


Introducing our latest course designed to empower practitioners to better serve black and minoritised survivors of domestic abuse. Gain insights into the barriers faced in accessing essential services and learn practical strategies to enhance support.

This training will grow your awareness of the challenges these survivors encounter, provide a deep dive into their experiences, and equip you with tools to improve responses. Join us and unlock new perspectives and acquire new skills.



What you’ll gain from this session

  • Improved awareness of the barriers black and minoritised survivors face when accessing domestic abuse services
  • An understanding of how services can be improved and made more accessible, based on the experiences of black and minoritised survivors
  • Good practice for responding to black and minoritised survivors



Please be aware this course does not explore supporting migrant or refugee survivors in depth (e.g. Legal contexts or Migrant Victims Domestic Abuse Concession).



None. Please note we advise all professionals attend Understanding and responding to Domestic Violence and Abuse.


Funded by

Nottingham Community Safety Partnership and County Commissioners

Please be aware that this session will contain reference to types of domestic abuse. It is recommended that the session is attended in a quiet and confidential space. If you are impacted by the content of the session, you will be provided with points of contact as part of your follow-on resources, and reference will be made to support options in the session.

Information on support is also available on Equation’s Website: Get Help | Equation



Please be aware: due to the conditions of our funding, this training is free to people working in Nottingham City and County – chargeable outside of these areas.



Please note failure to attend the course without prior cancellation may result in a charge for your place. If you do wish to cancel, you can do so through your Eventbrite confirmation or by getting in touch with our team at

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