Safe, the domestic abuse quarterly
Issue 22, Summer 2007
What do men want?
The Dyn Project is a safety planning and advocacy service for men who have experienced domestic abuse in Wales. Research undertaken by by Dr. Amanda Robinson and James Rowland based on data from the Dyn project provides important information about men experiencing domestic abuse and what they require from service providers.
Key agency update – CAADA
Diana Barran, Chief Executive of CAADA reports on the needs of IDVA services and the training that the charity has planned for the future.
Technology and the risks to personal safety
Shirley Atkinson shares her findings on research with members of Women’s Aid services who have experience of the internet affecting their personal privacy.
Disabled Women and Domestic Violence: Making the Links
Read about the latest research on disabled women’s experiences of domestic violence in tandem with an exploration into existing service provision for disabled women experiencing abuse. The study is funded by the Big Lottery Fund and managed by Women’s Aid.
Tackling domestic abuse
Deputy Chief Constable Brian Moore is the ACPO lead on Domestic Abuse and Harassment issues. Here, he focuses on key issues that are central to tackling domestic abuse - information sharing, risk assessment and criminal/civil law join-up.
BME Women’s struggles against forced marriage and honour based violence
BME women’s groups continue to deal with hundreds of incidents of forced marriage and honour based violence. In this article, Hannana Siddiqui from Southall Black Sisters writes about positive developments taking place and the continuing need for improvement.