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MARAC, still sitting?

MARAC, still sitting?

Topic created on, Wednesday, March 25, 2020 , from Wembley Park
I work in tower hamlets and one of my colleagues has asked if active MARACs are still sitting and if any partnership colleagues on here have attended over the last7 days?

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(Partnerships Officer), from London Thank you for your question. We will share this with our contacts to see if we can confirm whether these are still running and get back to you..
(Partnerships Officer), from London We have been told that these are still running in areas, via telephone conferencing. Hope this is helpful.
(Frontline Network Co-ordinator), from Coventry Hi all, I came across this resource from DAHA today: https://www.dahalliance.org.uk/resources/information-on-covid-19/ It says "To find out more about how your local MARAC is working contact your local MARAC Coordinator; if this isn’t known, you should be able to find out who this is by contacting a domestic abuse or Violence Against Women and Girls VAWG Lead in your local authority or by looking at the SafeLives website. " SafeLives: https://safelives.org.uk/practice-support/resources-marac-meetings/find-marac

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