Safe - the domestic abuse quarterly
Issue 26, Summer 2008
Domestic violence in adolescent relationships
Jo Sharpen, Children and Young People's Services Development Officer at Greater London Domestic Violence Project discusses domestic violence in adolescence, and makes comparisons with gang culture.
In our spotlight on a local service, Jo Clarke, Domestic Violence Manager at Eaves Women’s Aid, Barking and Dagenham shares her insight.
Findings and Views on the Home Affairs Select Committee Inquiry
Jennifer Holly and Nicki Norman from Women’s Aid report on the recommendations arising from the Home Affairs Select Committee Inquiry into Domestic Violence, Forced Marriage and ‘Honour’-Based Violence: Sixth Report of Session 2007-8.
Domestic violence and faith
The Praying for Peace Project is a one year funded initiative co-ordinated by the Greater London Domestic Violence Project (GLDVP) to support faith communities in responding to domestic violence and to encourage domestic violence services to be more responsive to faith issues. Davina James-Hanman, Director of GLDVP writes about the achievements of the project so far.
MPS “could have done more” to prevent the murder of Banaz Mahmod
The Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) investigation into Banaz Mahmod’s death stated that Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) “could have done more” to prevent her murder. Dr Aisha Gill comments on the inquiry.
Plus all the latest news, research, book reviews and events.
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