Safe - the domestic abuse quarterly
Issue 15, Autumn 2005
Campaigning to end violence against women
Professort Liz Kelly and Jo Lovett report on the launch of a UK-wide End Violence Against Women campaign.
Supporting People consultation - a view from the ODPM
A view from the ODPM on the forthcoming consultation paper.
No access to justice: gender, violence and immigration
Dr Aisha Gill and Kaveri Sharma write on the legal obstacles immigrant women face in the UK when leaving an abusive partner
Broken Rainbow paves the way forward for LGBT survivors
Caroline Jones, co-chair of Broken Rainbow, reports on the many obstacles lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender survivors face when looking for domestic violence services.
The Gender Equality Duty and domestic violence
Lowri Griffiths (Equal Opportunities Commission) and Holly Dustin (Fawcett Society) report on how The Gender Equality Duty will affect both the statutory sector and voluntary sector.
Plus all the latest news, research, book reviews and events.
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