The last two years have been difficult, and this is perhaps truer for anyone who has been through trauma. Figures from ONS (Office of National Statistics), show there were almost 800,000 cases of domestic abuse recorded from March 2020 to March 2021. Disturbingly, this statistic increased during the pandemic, and accounts for 18% of offences recorded by the police. Organisations like Womankind are tackling the problem head on and are offering much-needed support to help survivors of sexual violence and domestic abuse turn their life around.
Established in the Netherlands in 1989, Penal Reform International (PRI) is an international non-governmental organisation (NGO) promoting fair and effective criminal justice systems worldwide through practical programmes and systemic reform. As an organisation campaigning for fair, effective and non-discriminatory criminal justice systems, Ethical Property has been proud to welcome them to The Green House.
Vibrance, one of Ethical Property’s The Green House tenants, is a fantastic charity providing services to adults with disabilities across London and South East. The charity supports over 500 people, helping them to realise their best life and ambitions, through residential, short breaks, respite care, outreach and day services.