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Safe - domestic abuse quarterly Issue 16 Winter 0506 smallerSafe - the domestic abuse quarterly
Issue 16, Autumn 2005

Highlights include:

An uphill struggle - but worth it in the end
Kaveri Sharma writes on an effective new legislation which has just been passed in India.

Internet technology - how safe is it?
Shirley Atkinson reports on the personal privacy issues arising from the development of new internet technology.

Turkey rises to the challenge of tackling domestic abuse
Safe editor Sam Brown reports on a national conference held in Istanbul which has put domestic violence firmly on the public agenda.

Domestic violence and substance use: overlapping issues in separate services?
New research outlining how domestic violence and drug and alcohol service interventions need to develop an overlapping approach.

Domestic violence, homelessness and housing
Regional research into housing-related support for women who have left violent partners.

Plus all the latest news, research, book reviews and events.

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