Lifeline: a short film providing interviews with domestic abuse keyworkers
How have domestic abuse services coped with lockdown during the Covid-19 pandemic? Lifeline is a short film that gives a range of interviews, over Zoom, during and at the end of the first lockdown period. It provides the first-hand accounts of keyworkers and key players in the domestic abuse sector. They give their frank and honest thoughts about their experiences of supporting victims of domestic abuse, whilst themselves coming to terms with the implications of the pandemic.
You can watch the Lifeline teaser trailer here
The film will premier on White Ribbon Day, Wednesday 25 November. Keep an eye on UEA News for an announcement.
An online launch event and Q&A will take place on Monday 30 November, 6.30-8pm, where you will be able to join the Lifeline co-directors, Karoline Pelikan and the UEA's Professor Eylem Atakav, as they lead a discussion between the project's contributors, followed by an audience Q&A. You can register here