Articles: domestic violence services
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Women's Aid conducts a survey of our national network of services each year in order to ascertain the use of domestic violence services within England. View the results of the survey year by year.
This guidance tool is for commissioners and all those involved in the commissioning and procurement and provision of services for victims/survivors of domestic violence. Its aim is to ensure that contracts are awarded to providers delivering high quality services that fully meet the needs of survivors and their children.
Power to Change is a practical guide to running support groups and self-help groups with victims and survivors of domestic violence.
This briefing sets out how domestic violence cuts across many Government priorities and targets, and how you can raise domestic violence as a priority in your local authority.
Download our information pack, Procurement and tendering for domestic and sexual violence service providers, which aims to provide a comprehensive overview of the tendering process, and empower smaller service providers – such as Women’s Aid members – to feel more confident about the prospect of tendering.
This introduction to public law covers public bodies and their functions, different types of public law wrongs and ways to challenge public bodies.
In October 2007 the Government published the Pre-Budget Report and the Comprehensive Spending Review 2007. View Women's Aid briefings to guide you through this new information.
As part of the Safeguarding Survivors and Services project, Women's Aid identifies the key funding challenges facing the domestic violence sector and makes recommendations to government.
Routes to Safety is a major research undertaking conducted by Dr Cathy Humphreys and Dr Ravi Thiara. They sought the views of 200 women and 14 children who had experienced domestic violence as well as 12 workers in the participating domestic violence intervention projects.