Friday 10th of February 2017, University of Suffolk
Come along to this event in partnership with Soroptimist International Ipswich & District and the University of Suffolk.
I will be attending the Lectures by Dr Emma Bond and Melantha Chittenden from 1pm to 3pm, and from 3pm – 7pm, I’m in the foyer to help you find out more about how Biodynamic Psychotherapy can alleviate the many psychological and physiological symptoms of Domestic Violence. SI-Trauma-Research-Report-EXEC-SUMM-v3 – Copy
Soroptimist International Ipswich & District in partnership with the University of Suffolk, the University’s Students’ Union and Lighthouse to celebrate Lighthouse Women’s Aid’s 40th anniversary. Speaker session (1.00pm to 3.00pm) where keynote speakers will be Dr Emma Bond, Associate Professor, Faculty Arts, Business and Applied Social Science, University of Suffolk and Melantha Chittenden, NUS’ LGBT+ Officer with short presentations by Lighthouse and Soroptimist International.
The event is free, but there will an opportunity to make a voluntary donation on arrival.
Please reserve your place as limited spaces. The speakers will repeat their presentations 5.00pm to 7.00pm – see separate booking details.
There will also be in the Foyer:
- Lighthouse ‘Clothesline’ exhibition and ‘Suitcase Journey’ interactive event
- Charity/organisation stands that support women
- Exhibition of academics’ and students’ posters/works on related topics
- Raffle in aid of Lighthouse
- Refreshments by Cargo and the Teapot Project
For more information and to register for the event,click here.