Coercive Control Conference

Location:Brighton & Hove
Type:Safeguard the City event
Duration:Half Day


Coercive Control Conference

8 December 1.30-4.30pm – book here

This half day conference aims to raise delegates awareness of coercive control and to gain a better understanding of the impact of domestic violence and abuse and how early intervention and prevention can help people increase their safety (and that of their children) and recover.

Speakers include;

Nicola Sharp-Jeffs (Child and Woman Abuse Studies Unit (CWASU))

Nicole Jacobs (Standing Together)

Gudrun Burnet (Domestic Abuse Housing Alliance)

Chrissy Bulling (Brighton & Hove Children’s Services)

Rose Hawkins

Evelyn Sharp (RISE)

with further speakers to be announced soon.


This session is presented as part of the Learning Together to Safeguard the City Week where Brighton & Hove Local Safeguarding Children Board (LSCB), the Safeguarding Adults Board (SAB) and the Safe in The City Partnership Board come together to raise awareness of safeguarding issues and promote how we can best work together to protect, and improve outcomes for, the most vulnerable in our society.

The aim of this week is to reveal and debate some of the most important issues in our city which affect individuals, their families and the wider community, as well as exploring the responsibilities of professionals in their everyday work and their contribution in keeping people safe and well.

All sessions can be booked through the Brighton & Hove Learning Gateway: