Event – Project dldl/ድልድል Conference on Domestic Violence, Religion & Migration – London (two days)

When: June 19 · 9am – June 20 · 5pm

Where: SOAS University of London

In line with the decolonial vision of Project dldl/ድልድል, the Annual Conference seeks to promote religio-culturally sensitive, community-centred, transboundary and integrated responses to support DVA victims and survivors, as well as perpetrators, in diverse cultural and religious communities.

The aim is to create a space where we can understand better the state of evidence, identify good practices and foster conversations that can lead to collaboration and long-term partnerships, and hence, a more integrated response in the sector to an increasingly diverse population.

The conference will comprise of evidence-based sessions presented by researchers and practice-oriented workshops facilitated by practitioners from leading DVA service providers, including ‘by and for’ organisations.

The two-day workshop will conclude with a multistakeholder roundtable that will be open to anyone in the public. In the evening of day 1, Project dldl/ድልድል will hold a screening of its docudrama ‘Tidar’, an educational film co-produced in Ethiopia and the UK to raise awareness about the role of religious beliefs and faith in domestic violence experiences.

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About Project dldl/ድልድል

Project dldl/ድልድል is a research and innovation project dedicated to the development and strengthening of religio-culturally sensitive domestic violence alleviation systems in Ethiopia and the UK.

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