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Upcoming Events

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Our new webinar series will cover the major issues affecting housing and domestic abuse sectors, bringing you best practice examples from the experts to enable you to build your knowledge and awareness

These webinars are designed for any housing professional or domestic abuse specialist who would like to learn more about housing and DA. 

These webinars are free to members and £25 for non-members

If you are a member please email daha_membership@standingtogether.org.uk to request a promo code for a free ticket

As part of our DAHA Membership offer we deliver a series of free workshops to members on each priority area within DAHA's Accreditation Framework

These workshops are for members only - if you are not a member please have a look at our DAHA Webinar series 

We will be regularly sending out registration links to the DAHA membership contact within your organisation - please keep an eye out for these as spaces go quickly! 

These virtual groups have been set up by Domestic Abuse Housing Alliance (DAHA) with the support of the National Housing Federation (NHF) to bring together housing providers, local authority housing teams and specialist domestic abuse services from across the country for the purpose of supporting each other to develop and embed good practice for an effective organisational and coordinated community response to domestic abuse.

These Groups will feed into National Policy and Practice Groups and to the Domestic Abuse Commissioner’s Office.

We request that only one senior representative from an organisation attends to ensure that there is space in the meeting for all to contribute, thank you.

Our Regional Groups cover the following areas

  • North West
  • North East 
  • Yorkshire
  • West Midlands
  • East Midlands
  • East Anglia
  • London
  • South West 
  • South East 

To join one of our groups please email daha_team@standingtogether.org.uk

In 2018 we launched the Make a Stand pledge, developed in collaboration with Chartered Institute of Housing and Women's Aid. The pledge gave housing organisations the opportunity to sign up to make four focused, but easily deliverable commitments to provide support for people experiencing domestic abuse. 

More than 400 housing organisations have signed up to the pledge, making up more than 50% of social housing providers nationwide.

Click here to sign up or find out more about the pledge.

Past Events

  • DAHA Webinar Series: Intersectionality & Anti - Racist Practice in Housing - with Meena Kumari - Tuesday 7th of June (13:30 - 15:30)  

  • DAHA Webinar Series: Domestic Abuse: Engaging those who harm - with Dr Vivien Bickham MBE & Luke Kendall - Thursday 7th July (10:00 - 12:00)  

  • DAHA Webinar Series: Domestic Abuse & housing - the law and how to use it - with Andy Lane, Barrister at Cornerstones - Wednesday 20th July (10:00 - 12:00)