The Survivor’s Handbook: Information in other languages

Below are abbreviated versions of The Survivor’s Handbook.

Please note – These translated versions were last updated in 2008, Women’s Aid cannot be held responsible for any changes which may have taken place after the publication date. Please go to The Survivor’s Handbook webpages for the most up-to-date content.

All content in these PDFs are subject to a strict copyright policy.

Many thanks to Holger Laux from Bristol University for co-ordinating the translations of this resource.

Women’s Aid The Survivor’s Handbook Polish version (387 KB)

Published by Women’s Aid 2008

Women’s Aid The Survivor’s Handbook Arabic version (260.61kB)

Published by Women’s Aid 2008

Arabic Survivors' Handbook Logo

Women’s Aid The Survivor’s Handbook Chinese version (419.09kB)

Published by Women’s Aid 2008

Chinese Survivor's Handbook

Women’s Aid The Survivor’s Handbook Greek version (1453.47kB)

Published by Women’s Aid 2008

Greek Survivor's Handbook

Women’s Aid The Survivor’s Handbook Gujarati version (902.68kB)

Published by Women’s Aid 2008

Gujerati Survivor's Handbook

Women’s Aid The Survivor’s Handbook Turkish version (1162.21kB)

Published by Women’s Aid 2008

Turkish Survivor's Handbook

Women’s Aid The Survivor’s Handbook Bengali version (260.61kB)

Published by Women’s Aid 2006

Bengali Survivor's Handbook

Published by Women’s Aid 2006

Punjabi Survivor's Handbook

Published by Women’s Aid 2006

Somali Survivors' Handbook

Women’s Aid The Survivor’s Handbook Spanish version (196.1kB)

Published by Women’s Aid 2006

Women’s Aid The Survivor’s Handbook Urdu version (1956.48kB)

Published by Women’s Aid 2006

Other useful information

Three steps to escaping domestic violence

The Home Office worked in partnership with Southall Black Sisters to develop the content for this leaflet, aimed specifically at women in black and minority ethnic communities. It covers advice on three steps to escaping violence and abuse:

  • report the abuse
  • how to take actions
  • how to keep safe from abuse

The leaflet brings together such issues as “honour”-based violence, female genital mutilation, forced marriage, dowry abuse, domestic and sexual abuse, and having no recourse to public funds. It is available in 12 languages including Welsh.

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