UK businesses and charities will be able to access a free interactive guide to help their staff spot and tackle economic abuse when speaking to customers over the phone or in-person.
Niki, Scordi, Advance’s CEO, said:
Treasury Minister, Victoria Atkins, said:
Women’s Health magazine
Bauer media streamed across its radio channels
Interviews with Treasury Minister Victoria Atkins, Niki Scordi and Advance service users about financial abuse. Bauer radio stations broadcast coverage recorded at the Advance visit in hourly news bulletins on 12/07/23.
Interviews with Treasury Minister Victoria Atkins, Niki Scordi and Advance service users about financial abuse. They posted photos and a video of the visit to Advance on HM Treasury’s Twitter and Instagram accounts.
Greatest Hits Radio
This radio station tweeted a video filmed at Advance’s West London Women’s Centre on 12/07/23 about the Minister’s visit to meet economic abuse survivors.
Former Love Island contestant and domestic abuse survivor, Malin Andersson, is writing an article on the announcement and her visit Advance Women’s Centre to meet survivors of economic abuse.
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- Advance’s vision is a world in which women and children lead safe, equal, violence-free lives so that they can flourish and actively contribute to society. The charity works with women who experience domestic abuse to be safe and take control of their lives, and women who have committed crime or are at risk of offending to break the cycle.
- As well as providing direct support, Advance works with statutory services, government agencies and other women’s charities to ensure a holistic approach to the issues these women face.
- Women must be referred to Advance, via statutory services or the charity’s self-referral scheme. For more information about who Advance is able to support, please visit Get Help
- For facts and statistics about domestic abuse and women in the criminal justice system, as well as Advance’s work, please visit Our Impact