Safe - the domestic abuse quarterly
Issue 25, Spring 2008
Simon Lapierre explores the effects of domestic violence on mothering, and how mothers use a range of strategies and resources to try and protect their children from the impact of domestic violence.
In our spotlight on a local service, Ingrid Salomonsen, Director of EVA ( formerly Redcar and Cleveland Women’s Aid) shares her insight.
The Reality and Impact of the Domestic Violence, Crime and Victims Act 2004 on BMER women
Dr. Aisha Gill and Baljit Banga from Newham Asian Women's Project highlight the gaps in provision of specialist domestic violence services.
Report on Home Affairs Select Committee Inquiry on Domestic Violence
Women’s Aid Policy Officer, Jennifer Holly reports on the Home Affairs Select Committee Inquiry on domestic violence, and Women’s Aid’s
MARACs - strengths and limitations of the process
Diana Barran from CAADA reflects on the implementation of Multi Agency Risk Assessment Conferences, the key achievements and next steps for the future.
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