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Category: Male victims of domestic abuse

‘Living a life by permission’: the experiences of male victims of domestic abuse during Covid-19

By Nicole Westmarland, Stephen Burrell, Alishya Dhir, Kirsten Hall, Ecem Hasan, Kelly Henderson (Durham University, 2020)
5 Feb 2021

Free online training on male victims of domestic abuse for Wales-based Frontline Workers

Respect won the Welsh Government contract to deliver training for practitioners working with male victims/survivors
6 Jan 2021

Emergency accommodation for London's male victims fleeing domestic abuse

Male victims of domestic abuse in the Greater London area fleeing their abuser, can now access emergency accommodation. 

25 Aug 2020

How can we benefit from re-thinking masculinities?

In Conversation with The Barbican, Masculinities: Liberation through Photography
18 Aug 2020

Ippo Panteloudakis discusses male victims from Black and minoritised communities with HOPE Training

Last Friday, HOPE Training invited Respect back to join their talk on Male Victims from Black, African, Asian and other Minoritised Ethnic Heritage communities. Ippo Panteloudakis, Respect’s Head of Services, shared insight from the Men’s Advice Line on ethnically minoritised male victims of domestic abuse.  

13 Aug 2020

Men's Advice Line Launch Campaign Theme 1

Encouraging male victims of domestic abuse to #TalkItOver
1 Jul 2020

Men's Advice Line increasing support hours

We're making it easier to #Talkitover
24 May 2020

Men's Advice Line joins Safe Spaces scheme

​Male victims of domestic abuse can access support services at Boots pharmacies
1 May 2020
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