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1 pauline.kelly2@glasgow.gov.uk judy.hunter@glasgow.gov.uk Violence Against Women and Community Planning Pauline Kelly, GVAWP, Glasgow Community & Safety Services Judy Hunter, Community Planning, Glasgow City Council

2 pauline.kelly2@glasgow.gov.uk judy.hunter@glasgow.gov.uk VAW & Community Planning Glasgow Community Safety Partnership Strategic Assessment 2009/10 – VAW identified as Very High Priority Single Outcome Agreement for city has 24 outcomes Local Outcome 1 = Reduce the level of Violent Crime, including gender based and domestic violence Community Planning working with GVAWP to deliver this outcome

3 pauline.kelly2@glasgow.gov.uk judy.hunter@glasgow.gov.uk Violence Against Women & Community Planning GVAWP links with structures in Glasgows 5 strategic planning areas via Violence Against Women Implementation Groups (VAWIGs) AIMS of VAWIGS: Create a city wide infrastructure to take forward GVAWP priorities Build capacity for multi-agency working Contribute to locality based statutory and voluntary sector service development in relation to VAW Develop shared protocols and practice Promote recognition among locality based agencies of the wider impacts of VAW on communities

4 pauline.kelly2@glasgow.gov.uk judy.hunter@glasgow.gov.uk Violence Against Women & Community Planning Membership of VAWIG mirrors the GVAWP : Community Health & Care Partnerships (LEAD) Community Planning Police Voluntary Sector Culture and Sport Glasgow GCSS Any other relevant local agency e.g.

5 pauline.kelly2@glasgow.gov.uk judy.hunter@glasgow.gov.uk Violence Against Women & Community Planning Maryhill/Kelvin and Canal Local CPP Glasgow North East Local CPP WorkingLearningSafeHealth Vibrant Employability Strategy Group Learning Thematic Group Safe Thematic Group Employability Operational Group Local Operational Group MKC Neighbourhood Reassurance Group GNE Neighbourhood Reassurance Group NGARN Area Co-ordination Group Open Spaces + Environment Group Integration Networks North Glasgow Youth Stakeholders Group Community Sports + Physical Activity Forum LHF North Community Reference Group VAW Implementation Group

6 pauline.kelly2@glasgow.gov.uk judy.hunter@glasgow.gov.uk Glasgow Violence Against Women Partnership and Working Groups

7 pauline.kelly2@glasgow.gov.uk judy.hunter@glasgow.gov.uk Violence Against Women & Community Planning CHALLENGES Partnership Fatigue Lack of knowledge / expertise on VAW within agencies – broadening the definition Capacity to engage Connecting the Centre and city wide providers with locality structures Development agenda vs enforcement agenda Achieving consistency OPPORTUNITIES Coordinated, multi agency approach to implementation of strategic commitments to tackle Violence Against Women through SOA Wider set of services & engaged with VAW Agenda Use of existing structures minimises partnership fatigue Reach of VAW provision extended

8 pauline.kelly2@glasgow.gov.uk judy.hunter@glasgow.gov.uk Violence Against Women and Community Planning Started to look at FSF investment in relation to strategic priorities Disagregated FSF VAW investment by CPP area Disaggregated FSF VAW investment by form of VAW Feed into future planned investment

9 pauline.kelly2@glasgow.gov.uk judy.hunter@glasgow.gov.uk Violence Against Women & Community Planning Practical Examples: Locality Planning and Development: –SW & West Localities hosted multi agency development sessions to identify VAW priorities Events organised through VAWIGS and funded through CPP Development Funds –Priorities from development sessions incorporated into CPPs Safe Plans –VAWIGs report to Safe Theme Groups and the GVAWP Multi Agency VAW Training: –In the North locality over 200 staff from RSLs, CHCPs voluntary sector, Police, Culture and Sport Glasgow and Glasgow Community and Safety Services received basic awareness raising training. Organised by the North VAWIG, delivered by Greater Glasgow Training Consortium / CHCP and funded through the Fairer Scotland Fund –Follow on evaluations using GGTC materials now about to be undertaken –Other localities adopting this model Resource Development: –Directory / Toolkit – managed by VAWIG, funded by FSF –Translation of resource materials into community languages, managed by RCC, funded through FSF Campaigns: –16 Days programmes funded by FSF through Safe and Vibrant Theme budgets –International Womens Day

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