Three new reports on partnership working between faith and local government.

Faith and Work



The Corporate Alliance Against Domestic Violence

The CAADV is the only charitable organisation in the UK that works business-to-business to address needs of employers in regards to domestic violence and its impact in the workplace. Through its range of affiliates and associates, the CAADV has reached around 5 million employees so far.

They provided a range of holistic and collaborative programs and initiatives that are tailored to the individual needs of the business, and consider domestic violence a ‘silent epidemic’ that should be linked with the workplace, through connections including diversity and inclusion, employee networks, health and wellbeing, corporate responsibility, and respect at work initiatives.

Day2 UK: CrossRoads

The CrossRoads programme, originally started by Day2 in the USA, is made up of 8 to 10 short sessions that are designed to encourage participants to challenge themselves, learn new skills, and to face life with a purpose and quality.

For employers, CrossRoads can help staff build life skills, discover new strengths and renewed purpose, and lead to a healthier, happier and more productive workplace by promoting good relationships between staff, and encouraging them to invest in their own development.