APPG Domestic Violence

All-Party Parliamentary Group on Domestic Violence

Notice

The House of Commons will dissolve due to the General Election 2017. That means that during the election period, there are no Members of Parliament and the status of All-Party Parliamentary Groups will not exist. We will therefore not be active until after the election period.

The APPG on Domestic Violence is chaired by Jess Phillips MP and provides a forum for discussion on how policy and legislation relating to domestic violence is affecting survivors and specialist support services.

APPG on Domestic Violence logo

Women’s Aid is delighted to be the Secretariat to this group and supports the group in an administrative and operational capacity.

List of Officers for the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Domestic Violence:

  • Jess Phillips MP
  • Mrs Maria Miller MP
  • Nusrat Ghani MP
  • Sir Peter Bottomley MP
  • Angela Rayner MP
  • Thangam Debbonaire MP
  • Fiona Mactaggart MP
  • Caroline Lucas MP
  • Baroness Thornton
  • Vicky Foxcroft MP
  • Gavin Newlands MP
  • Sir Keir Starmer MP
  • Peter Grant MP
  • Sarah Champion MP
  • Norman Lamb MP
  • Baroness Hamwee
  • Matthew Pennycook
  • Mrs Flick Drummond MP

Want to get involved?

The APPG meetings are open to the public to attend, please email [email protected] to be register on the mailing list.

Meeting schedule

Future Meetings:

To be announced.

Previous meetings:

DateTitle
29th March 2017Tackling Misogyny as a Hate Crime
27th February 2017Tackling Domestic Abuse in a Digital Age
26th October 2016Expert Discussion on Online Abuse
14th September 2016Brexit and Domestic Abuse - Opportunities for Change?
Following the meeting Women’s Aid have produced briefing on the Impact of Leaving the EU. Download the briefing here.
13th July 2016AGM and Welfare Reforms and Domestic Abuse Survivors
20th April 2016Briefing Launch: Findings of the Hearing on Domestic Abuse, Child Contact and the Family Courts
27th January 2016Parliamentary Hearing on Domestic Abuse, Child Contact and the Family Courts
17th June 2015AGM and the priorities for a new Government tackling domestic violence
24th February 2015APPG report launch: The Changing Landscape of Domestic and Sexual Violence Services
8th December 2014Project Mirabal Research Findings on Perpetrators Programmes
November 2014APPG Inquiry Oral Evidence Sessions - The Changing Landscape of Domestic and Sexual Violence Services.
September 2014Launch of PPG Inquiry Consultation into the Changing Landscape of Domestic and Sexual Violence Services.
9th June 2014Meeting exploring Early Intervention and Troubled Families
20th March 2014APPG Inquiry report launch - Women's Access to Justice
25th November and 27th November 2013 APPG Inquiry Oral Evidence Sessions - Women's Access to Justice
9th September 2013Meeting on the Impact the Cuts to Funding and commissioning Deforms on Domestic and Sexual Violence Services

 

Publications and reports

The APPG on Domestic Violence conducts in-depth inquiries into key issues raised through APPG meetings. The inquiries include evidence submissions from survivors of domestic violence, domestic violence professionals, academics, politicians and charities.

Previous Inquiries and reports have included: Women’s Access to Justice and The Changing Landscape of the Domestic Violence and Sexual Violence Services.

View APPG Reports

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