NEW! Research Briefing Note number 1. Domestic Violence Perpetrator Programmes: What counts as success?
Briefing Note number 1 from the Respect research project is now available to download. This unique contribution to scholarship, policy making as well as practice has helped to put the research clearly at the forefront of third generation research on domestic violence perpetrator programmes, by starting with exploration of what we mean by "success". Women, men, practitioners and funders all contributed to this stage of the work. You can download the Briefing note here.
The pilot period of the research project is now completed and the funding secured for the full multi site research to start in January 2011, thanks to the Economic and Social Research Council and continued funding from Northern Rock Foundation and Lankelly Chase Foundation.
Respect briefing paper on the key evidence about domestic violence perpetrator programmes
Respect members and others have requested a briefing paper summarising the evidence from research about domestic violence perpetrator programmes. This is now ready: download Respect briefing paper on domestic violence perpetrator programmes.
Please feel free to use this for training, presentations, fundraising and other purposes and do let me know how this goes if you do. If you want to request or suggest other briefing papers please contact me on my email address below.
COMING SOON! more Respect briefing papers
New Respect briefing papers on evidence based practice in perpetrator interventions and on the research about perpetrators will be coming soon.
For further information
Respect Research Manager
Thangam Debbonaire: email@example.com