Safe - the domestic abuse quarterly
Issue 27, Autumn 2008
Making the links: disabled women and domestic violence
This article sets out the results and recommendations from the research into the needs of disabled women with physical and sensory impairments experiencing domestic violence.
Dickie Chester-James, Chief Executive of Staffordshire Women’s Aid and Women’s Aid Board member shares her views in Spotlight.
'If only we'd known': an exploratory study of seven intimate partner homicides
Linda Regan and Liz Kelly report on an investigation into a number of domestic violence related murders which took place in one county.
Expect Respect Education Toolkit
Women’s Aid has produced a new resource for teachers to use in lessons from reception up to year 13. Nicki Norman gives an overview of the Education Toolkit and the themes addressed in the lesson plans.
Research into long term outcomes of perpetrator programmes
Thangam Debbonaire and Dr. Chris Newman report on a piece of research which will examine the effects on women’s safety from the participation of their partners or ex-partners in perpetrator programmes.
Home Affairs Select Committee Inquiry: Government responds
In the last of our reports on the Home Affairs Select Committee Inquiry into Domestic Violence, Forced Marriage and ‘Honour’-Based Violence, Jennifer Holly from Women’s Aid feeds back on the Government’s response to the Committee’s final report.
Plus all the latest news, research, book reviews and events.
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