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In solidarity

3 June 2020
Respect joins the Faith & VAWG Coalition in standing together with #BlackLivesMatter

Sustainable funding to support survivors from BAME, migrant and faith backgrounds needed

1 June 2020
Respect supports the Faith & VAWG Coalition’s call on government for sustainable funding

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

1 June 2020
Respect joins 34 signatories to call on government

Respect Phoneline offering expert advice on high-harm, high-risk perpetrators

24 May 2020
A dedicated webchat facility for frontline workers goes live on Thursday 28 May

Men's Advice Line increasing support hours

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

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.

Introducing...Meena Kumari H.O.P.E training and consultancy founder and director

19 May 2020

This new series of content is aiming to bring the sector closer together and help make more connections. 

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.

Men's Advice Line joins Safe Spaces scheme

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

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

Support from Respect's Helplines

30 March 2020
Dedicated help for domestic abuse perpetrators and male victims

Useful resources for the sector during COVID-19

25 March 2020
Resources for workers in the domestic abuse sector

Cafcass Covid-19 guidance for children and families

22 March 2020
Co-parenting and child arrangements in a global pandemic – advice for families

Joint statement from VAWG sector organisations on Covid-19

22 March 2020
The statement recognises the impact of Covid-19 on the lives of women and children and prioritises 6 areas of action needed

Respect guidance for Domestic Abuse Perpetrator Programmes - Covid-19 challenges

22 March 2020
We have developed this guidance paper to help organisations overcome the challenges brought on by the Covid-19 pandemic.

Drive welcomes the return of the Domestic Abuse Bill, urging focus on perpetrators

22 March 2020
As the Domestic Abuse Bill returns to Parliament, Drive is urging government to adopt a clearer strategy to respond to perpetrators of domestic abuse.

Respect's response to the 2020 budget

13 March 2020

It seems government was listening when we – and many other domestic abuse services - told them they needed to invest in holding perpetrators to account. The budget contained the first ever envelope for perpetrator/prevention work. This is a first victory for the Call to Action

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