Staff at domestic violence charity call for senior leaders to resign


A group of staff at the domestic violence charity Solace Women’s Aid have called on the organisation's senior leaders to resign.


In an open letter to the charity’s chief executive, directors, head of human resources and board of trustees, members of the union United Voices of the World working at Solace said they had “no confidence” in the organisation’s leadership and did not believe they were committed to a world “free from racism and all forms of discrimination”.


The letter says: “We stand in solidarity with, and recognise the bravery of, past and present staff members who have whistle-blown on their experience of racism and bullying at Solace.”


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