Resources

Category: Policy

‘I was punished for telling the truth’ (2022)

how allegations of parental alienation are used to silence, sideline and disempower survivors
14 Nov 2023
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'‘We don’t know what it is we don’t know’' (Harwood, J); 2019

How austerity has undermined the courts’ access to information in child arrangements cases involving domestic abuse
14 Nov 2023
Members only

General Practice as a place to seek and receive help for domestic abuse during the COVID-19 pandemic

Emsley, E; Coope, C; Williamson, E; Barbosa, E; Feder, G; Szilassy, E (2022)
1 Aug 2023
Members only

Domestic abuse and private law children cases

Adrienne Barnett, Brunel University London, Ministry of Justice Analytical Series (2020)
18 Apr 2023
Members only

The role of housing in a coordinated community response to domestic abuse.

Henderson, K , Durham University (2018)
18 Apr 2023
Members only

The police response to domestic abuse

HMICFRS (2019)
5 Dec 2022
Members only

Measuring violence to end violence: mainstreaming gender

Walby, S and Towers, J (2017)
18 Oct 2022
Members only

The concept and measurement of violence against women and men

Walby, Towers, Balderston, Consuelo, Francis, Heiskanen, Helweg-Larsen, Mergaert, Olive, Palmer, Stockl, Strid, Olive, Palmer, Stöckl, Strid (2017)
6 Jun 2022
Members only

Domestic Violence and Abuse (DVA) in Military Families: Improving Signposting to Specialist Support

Williamson and Andrea Matolcsi, with Kurda Yar. Centre for Gender and Violence Research, University of Bristol with Women’s Aid (England) April 2019
4 Jun 2021
Members only

Positive requirements in DAPOs

APPG on Perpetrators of Domestic Abuse briefing (March 2021)
8 Apr 2021
Members only

Supporting high-risk victims of DV: a review of Multi-Agency Risk Assessment Conferences (MARACs)

Home Office (Nerissa Steel, Laura Blakeborough and Sian Nicholas), 2011
3 Apr 2020

Respect guidance for Domestic Abuse Perpetrator Programmes - Covid-19 challenges

We have developed this guidance paper to help member organisations overcome the challenges brought on by the Covid-19 pandemic.
30 Mar 2020
Members only

Beyond violence: Breaking cycles of domestic abuse

By Callan and Farmer, Centre for Social Justice, 2012
28 Feb 2020
Members only
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