Domestic Abuse and Housing
Labour Housing Group consulted with the Domestic Abuse Housing Alliance (DAHA)-led National Housing & Domestic Abuse Policy and Practice Group, and the wider domestic abuse and housing sectors, to put forward three top priorities for inclusion in the Labour Party Manifesto to respond to the housing needs of survivors of domestic abuse. Further priorities can be seen in this piece here.
Responses to Labour Manifesto asks – DA and Housing
The author is:
Deidre Cartwright, Senior Housing Manager of Standing Together Against Domestic Abuse, and Chair of the National Housing & Domestic Abuse Policy & Practice Group, Domestic Abuse Housing Alliance (DAHA)