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You Are Not Alone – Interview with Liz Kingsley

by Beckypublished on 13th April 2021

A new government public awareness raising campaign highlights that if anyone is at risk of, or experiencing domestic abuse, help is still available.

We interview Liz Kingsley, Operating Director of Safe Arms, researcher and Consultant in Domestic Violence in the Black Christian Community to discuss the campaign, domestic abuse issues and find out what support is available.

Liz is also a regular columnist in Courage magazine and writes about Issues on Domestic Violence.

#YouAreNotAlone

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