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Interested in being a guest host on the Twitter chat? An interviewee on the Podcast? Or perhaps you want to support or sponsor #AbuseTalk
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Jennifer responds to all correspondence, please leave a message here or get in touch with her directly. Looking forward to hearing from you.
Jennifer has listened to her readers and has grown a digital community to support discussions around domestic abuse online. Starting with her Twitter Chat which opened late 2017 #AbuseTalk, this developed into an online forum in 2018. In 2019, Jennifer launched a series of interviews with those in the sector and gives followers the opportunity to ask burning questions.
If you are interested in sponsoring #AbuseTalk, want to be a guest host on the Twitter chat or interviewee on the podcast. Get in touch with Jennifer and she will be able to book you in.
How can I join in with the Twitter Chat?
You can join the Twitter chat by logging into Twitter on a Wednesday evening between 8-9pm GMT. Find us at @AbuseTalkOnline and use the #AbuseTalk hashtag. Each week we have a theme and questions to help the discussion through the hour. Check out the how to join in short clip here.
How do I join the forum?
Head to the forum on this website and make sure you register for an account. You will need to have an account and be signed in to see the threads and discussion within the forum itself, including the solicitor thread.
Where can I listen to the podcast?
The podcast is available on anchor.fm as its main platform but can be found on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts and more.
How do I support #AbuseTalk?
You can support #AbuseTalk by joining in and spreading the word on social media. You can also join the dedicated Patreon tier to be the first to hear news, updates and have voting powers- here.
How do I sponsor #AbuseTalk?
We have tiered packages to suit your price range and the different platforms we have: Twitter, forum and podcast. To request a media pack simply get in touch via the contact form on this page.
What if I need some support?
If you are in need of support you can get in touch with us directly via our social media @AbuseTalkOnline.
In emergencies please call 999 and press 55 if you are unable to talk.
Who sponsors #AbuseTalk?
You can find a full list of our sponsors here.
A series of interviews with those that work in the domestic abuse sector. Getting an inside feel for what its really like in their job role and sharing it with all of you.