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H.O.P.E Training & Consultancy


H.O.P.E Training & Consultancy (Helping Other People Everyday) offers high quality training & consultancy in domestic abuse, sexual violence/abuse and safeguarding.

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Working with victims of Domestic Abuse/Sexual Violence/Abuse

H.O.P.E Training can offer full day and half day sessions for providers that are working with victims of Domestic Abuse/Sexual Violence/Abuse. This can cover trauma informed practices, supporting victims through the Criminal Justice System and working to best practice guidelines.


H.O.P.E Training & Consultancy can offer providers that are bidding for new contracts around Domestic Abuse/ Sexual Violence support with tender writing and interview processes. Please contact H.O.P.E for further details. Current consultancy work is focusing on measuring service’s performance against quality standards.

Associate Work

H.O.P.E Training & Consultancy has delivered associate work for national organisations such as Safeline, Victim Support, Norton Housing & Support, England Netball, Adhar Project and Safelives. If you are interested in more information please contact us.

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About H.O.P.E

H.O.P.E was established by Meena Kumari in 2008 and has trained a number of professionals in a variety of safeguarding subjects.

Meena has a great passion and commitment towards campaigning, raising awareness and working with professionals to ensure that domestic abuse, sexual violence & safeguarding is always at the forefront.

Meena has worked in front line services since 2005 and has worked with victims, perpetrators and children/ young people.

In 2008 Meena was awarded the Leicester Young Achiever Award (part of women of achievement awards) and in 2015 Meena was shortlisted as a finalist as part of the Iranian & Kurdish Women’s Rights organisation IKWRO Awards for her work in combating Honour Abuse and Forced Marriages. Meena has previously been a Magistrate and sat in adult and family court.

In January 2020 Meena started studying PgCERT in Leading Culture Change in Safeguarding at Worcestershire University part-time. In April 2020 Meena set up the national H.O.P.E Calls looking at domestic abuse within Black & minority ethnic communities during Covid-19.

Meena is the curator of the H.O.P.E digital ART project this was launch in 2020. In October 2020 Meena was shortlisted for the Emma Humphreys Memorial Prize.

H.O.P.E Training & Consultancy is always committed to offering a high service and welcome any questions/enquiries for training and or consultancy.

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