She is the founder and former chief executive of SafeLives, a national charity dedicated to ending domestic abuse.
SafeLives, the UK-wide domestic abuse charity of which I am patron, has been undertaking an online survey of people living in abusive relationships over the past few months.
Google searches of the word have gradually crept up in recent months, and the tactic is incredibly common according to Penny East, a spokeswoman for the charity SafeLives told The Independent.
During the radio programme, the 72-year-old will cover several topics with the broadcaster, including her husband’s wellbeing following his recovery from Covid-19, missing her family in lockdown and her involvement with domestic abuse charity SafeLives.
Simon Davis, president of the Law Society of England and Wales, Sophie Linden, deputy mayor for policing and crime, Claire Waxman, victims’ commissioner for London, Nicki Norman, acting chief executive of Women’s Aid Federation of England, Sara Kirkpatrick, chief executive of Welsh Women’s Aid, Sandra Horley CBE, chief executive of Refuge, Rosie Lewis, deputy director and VAWG manager at the Angelou Centre, Suzanne Jacob, OBE, chief executive of SafeLives, Olive Craig, senior legal officer at Rights of Women, Dr Nicola Sharp-Jeffs, CEO of Surviving Economic Abuse, Pragna Patel, director at Southall Black Sisters and Diana Fawcett, chief executive of Victim Support
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Simon Davis president of the Law Society of England and Wales Sophie Linden deputy mayor for policing and crime Claire Waxman victims commissioner for London Nicki Norman acting chief executive of Womens Aid Federation of England Sara Kirkpatrick chief executive of Welsh Womens Aid Sandra Horley CBE chief executive of Refuge Rosie Lewis deputy director and VAWG manager at the Angelou Centre Suzanne Jacob OBE chief executive of SafeLives Olive Craig senior legal officer at Rights of Women Dr Nicola Sharp-Jeffs CEO of Surviving Economic Abuse Pragna Patel director at Southall Black Sisters and Diana Fawcett chief executive of Victim Support