Collaborative Learning

Fulfilling Lives collaborates with many different partners to increase learning opportunities and deepen our knowledge and impact. Below is a selection of reports written with partners which provide valuable insight into our key themes.

The 2020 MARAC Report shares the learning of the Brighton & Hove and East Sussex MARAC pilot with a view to informing the future design of the MARAC structures locally. We also hope that these findings and reflections can support other areas in the country who are interested in developing their own local MARAC structures and systems to improve outcomes for high-risk victims of domestic abuse.

Fulfilling Lives have gained valuable insight into new ways of providing specialist domestic abuse support for women with multiple and complex needs, through a collaborative pilot project with RISE and BHT’s Phase One. The full report can be found at the link below:

Fulfilling Lives worked with the Brighton-based service Stopover, who support young women who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. They evaluated the impact of interventions introduced to support staff in their work with people with multiple and complex needs, with interesting results.  The full report can be found at the link below: