Safe - the domestic abuse quarterly
Issue 4, Winter 2002/2003
Highlights include :
A workplace problem?
The trade union movement sees domestic violence as having an enormous impact on the workplace. Rebecca Gill, Women's Equality Policy Officer at the TUC, write of new guidance aimed at both employer and employee.
Prevention is better than cure
A nationwide education policy on domestic violence has yet to be drawn up in the UK, but as these four school case studies reveal, local best practice preventative work can achieve a great deal on a regional basis.
An uphill struggle - memoris from Chile
In November 2002, Caroline Rowsell helped launch a national domestic violence strategy in Chile. In this issue we've published her diary entries, written as she travelled around the South American country.
The Rt. Hon Harriet Harman QC MP
As Solicitor General, The Rt. Hon Harriet Harman QC MP plays an instrumental role in tackling domestic violence. In this interview with safe, Ms Harman outlines the government's key objectives for 2003.
"More than a roof" - DV and homelessness
The Homelessness Directorate acknowledges that domestic violence is a central cause of homelesness for women and children. Here the Directorate writes of new objectives which aim to tackle domestic abuse and keep women safe in their own homes.
Plus all the latest news, research, book reviews and events.