LUKE AND RYAN HART
Luke and Ryan Hart are award-winning domestic abuse advocates, authors and international keynote speakers.
Through their inspiring and educational keynote speeches, they have directly presented to over 10,000 people, in more than 130 speaking engagements across 12 countries.
They share their story as White Ribbon Ambassadors and Refuge Champions.
Luke and Ryan Hart can be booked to deliver keynote speeches or workshops ranging from 20 minutes through to full day sessions. They have worked extensively in the UK and delivered sessions with the NHS, police forces, probation, social services, teachers and sessions aimed at the general public.
Luke and Ryan have also built up an impressive international portfolio, working with a range of organisations such as the European Commission in Brussels and Stockholm, The Safe and Together Institute in Colorado and Melbourne, the OECD in Paris, and the British Armed Forces in Cyprus.
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Luke and Ryan Hart have recently partnered with the Safe and Together Institute to develop an e-learning course. This e-learning course brings together all of their knowledge and experience with the aim of creating a step change in the understanding of, and response to, coercive control. The e-learning course is currently under development, however sign up to the mailing list to be kept in the loop of development and release updates.
AWARDS & ACCOLADES
I'm not sure what I was expecting but I didn't anticipate the impact it would have on me. It was delivered in such an honest and humbling way from two brothers who had been through so much. Their strength of character to turn around a horrific event in their lives to make more people aware and hopefully reach out to stop the same thing happening to others had a huge impact, not just on me, but I felt the rest of the audience there.
- Delegate from Norfolk SAB seminar, where 97% of attendees said that they were likely or very likely to recommend the seminar to others.
Due to the volume of emails we receive, we regret that we cannot reply to all messages of thanks or requests for advice. For domestic abuse support, contact the 24-hour National Domestic Violence Freephone Helpline on 0808 2000 247
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