Experts by Experience Group

Our work is informed by women who have experienced economic abuse. Their insight underpins the work we do – from identifying what tools and resources women need to thrive, through to where change is required in policy and practice.

Group members also act as powerful advocates for change by speaking out publicly via the media. We work with journalists to ensure that women’s voices are reflected in features about economic abuse within both print and broadcast media.

Membership of the EEG is open to women who would like to work with SEA for the benefit of other women. If you would like to join the group email SEA at info@survivingeconomicabuse.org

 

This report captures the voices of 18 “Experts” who took part in a roundtable at the Home Office as part of the Government’s consultation on the draft Domestic Abuse Bill.

“Fighting for something at least feels like you are getting somewhere towards freedom. Lack of hope is the hardest thing”
– Survivor