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The Windy City, The Shriver Centre, Stakeholder Roundtable

6 October 2016

So leaving Washington DC was emotional. I am not too proud to say I shed a tear. It’s hard to put in to words what this trip feels like for me being surrounded by so many amazing people that share my world view and passion. It is so humbling. I landed in Chicago and taxied to my…

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Planes, Trains and Automobiles – Washington DC

27 September 2016

So it has begun. The mixture of nerves, anticipation, dread of the unknown, feeling sad leaving my extraordinary family and friends and excitement is almost too much to put in to words. However my adventure began as soon as I got on the plane as I found myself next to the European Bureau Chief for…

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Social housing – a lifeline for domestic abuse victims

2 June 2014

I have worked with individuals experiencing domestic abuse for over 8 years and in working in this field have come to realise that social housing is a lifeline to individuals and children experiencing domestic abuse. Statistics show that on average 2 women a week are killed by a current or former partner and 90% of…

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Gudrun Burnet
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  • Couldn’t agree more. Much needed analysis of the intersections between housing/ economic abuse & joint tenancies. R… ,