10 March 2021

Webinar

13:00

10 March 2021

Surviving Economic Abuse

Surviving Economic Abuse

How children experience economic abuse in the context of coercive control

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The forthcoming Domestic Abuse Bill will recognise that children experience abuse in their own right — rather than being witness to it.

Yet, research refers only to adverse emotional, physical and social effects: the economic impact is overlooked.

This webinar explores how children experience economic abuse in the context of coercive control (including post-separation) and what it means for their life chances.

Viewers hear from Dr Nicola Sharp-Jeffs, Dr Emma Katz, Professor Liz Kelly and Expert by Experience, Tom Mitchelson.

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10 March 2021

Surviving Economic Abuse

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