Make a Change Tender for service delivery in Trafford

21 January 2021
Opportunity to work with Respect and Women’s Aid Federation England

Drive survey with people perpetrating domestic abuse during lockdown

20 January 2021
Survey findings January 2021

Revised and new Respect guidance for work with perpetrators during Covid-19

18 January 2021
Respect Updated Covid-19 Guidance for Professionals and Respect Guidance for Online Service Delivery.

Respect Accreditation April 2020-2021 intake now open

30 November 2020
Join and work alongside other services seeking Accreditation.

Respect welcomes Home Office funding

18 November 2020
Funding announced to support work with perpetrators

ALDCS, London Council, Respect and SafeLives have secured funding from MOPAC

29 October 2020

ALDCS, London council, Respect and SafeLives have secured funding from MOPAC to support the delivery of an early interventions programmed for those who are at risk of perpetrating domestic abuse within families already in contact with social services.

Working with those who use abusive behaviours to create change

21 October 2020
In conversation with a Respect Phoneline Advisor

Respect Phoneline Launches Let's Draw the Line Campaign

7 September 2020

The Respect Phoneline is launching a new social media campaign on the message #Abuse. Let’s #DrawTheLine to encourage perpetrators of domestic abuse to recognise their abusive behaviours and to reach out for support to change. 

Perpetrators need coping strategies during Covid-19

27 August 2020
Services continued to deliver and take new referrals during lockdown.

Respect Phoneline/Drive webchat gains professionals' confidence

25 August 2020
​Follow-up case consultations are offered for complex cases.

Updates on Safe & Together

14 August 2020
Progress so far

Jo Todd discusses the need to diversify perpetrator research with HOPE Training

30 July 2020

HOPE Training and Consultancy, supported by HARM Network, Dr Olumide Adisa and Sarah Wigley Associates, are sparking discussions about domestic and sexual abuse and its impact on survivors in Black and Minority Ethnic Communities during Covid-19 through regular Zoom calls. The calls are hosted by Meena Kumari, bringing together frontline workers, activists, survivors, academics and policy makers. 

Make a Change publish final report

13 July 2020
Lead by Professor Jane Callaghan, University of Sterling

Opportunity to work with Respect and Women’s Aid

9 July 2020
support in the delivery of Make a Change in Sunderland

Respect Phoneline and Drive launch advice service

9 July 2020
Helping public and voluntary services respond to high-harm, high-risk perpetrators of domestic abuse

Opportunity to support delivery of Make a Change

3 July 2020
Work with Respect and Women’s Aid Federation England in Lincolnshire on the delivery of Make a Change

Women’s Aid England, Welsh Women’s Aid and Respect welcome the Ministry of Justice panel’s report

25 June 2020
Assessing Risk of Harm to Children and Parents in Private Law Children Cases.

Provide housing for perpetrators to allow victims to stay safe in their homes

1 June 2020
Respect joins 34 signatories to call on government

The Hidden Harms summit - blog piece by Jo Todd

23 May 2020
Respect CEO Jo Todd attended the Hidden Harms virtual summit on 21.05.20.

Respect recommends amendments to the Domestic Abuse Bill

7 May 2020

Respect welcomes the DA Bill, including the new definition of Domestic Abuse and improvements to court arrangements for victims. However, we think that a strategic approach to perpetrators is missing. It is simply impossible to prevent or end domestic abuse without responding to the people causing the harm.
We are supporting a number of amendments from colleagues across the Violence Against Women sector, these are detailed in this joint recommendations document.

581% more website visitors due to Respect Phoneline Covid-19 campaign

21 April 2020
Campaign aimed at perpetrators of abuse leads to unprecedented website visits

Impact of COVID-19 on Domestic Abuse Perpetrator Services

16 April 2020

COVID-19 has had widespread impact on the domestic abuse sector. Respect conducted an initial survey with Respect members on the impact that COVID-19 has been having on their domestic abuse perpetrator services. 

Respect Covid-19 guidance for practitioners working with perpetrators

31 March 2020
Respect safeguarding and practice guidance

Useful resources for the sector during COVID-19

25 March 2020
Resources for workers in the domestic abuse sector
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