Respect welcomes Home Office funding

18 November 2020
Funding announced to support work with perpetrators

Respect Helplines will continue to operate under extended hours through November

30 October 2020

While the Home Office crisis grant funding runs out on the 31 October, Respect has secured additional funding to continue operating extended opening hours on the Men’s Advice Line and Respect Phoneline for 1-30 November, thanks to the Scottish Government.  

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

‘When something’s wrong, it’s ok to talk about it’

1 October 2020
Ippo discusses male victims of domestic abuse with social media presenter Mathew Lewis-Carter

Respect and 25 VAWG charities send joint letter to government

30 September 2020

As the government works on its Comprehensive Spending Review 2020, we’ve joined 25 other sector organisations in writing to the government to call for investment in responses to domestic abuse and sexual violence, that are equal to the enormous scale of the challenge.

​Respect’s Accredited Members Catch-up with Nicole Jacobs

30 September 2020

Designate Domestic Abuse Commissioner for England and Wales, Nicole Jacobs, joined Respect's accredited members' forum to find out more about our work and what we think her office’s next steps should be. 

What is honour-based abuse and how does it affect men?

9 September 2020
In discussion with Karma Nirvana

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.

New Respect Online Training

25 August 2020
Respect's new online training courses can be self-paced or trainer-led.

Emergency accommodation for London's male victims fleeing domestic abuse

25 August 2020

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

Respect Phoneline/Drive webchat gains professionals' confidence

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

How can we benefit from re-thinking masculinities?

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

Updates on Safe & Together

14 August 2020
Progress so far

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

13 August 2020

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.  

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. 

The Barbican offers Respect an insight into Masculinities: Liberation Through Photography

30 July 2020

Barbican curatorial assistant, Chris Bayley, breaks down his views on the social expectations of masculinity and how society can benefit from accepting the existence of multiple masculinities, alongside the Barbican’s exhibition, Masculinities: Liberation Through Photography. Chris believes that by challenging narrow definitions of masculinity, and gender more broadly, we can open conversations on social stigmas that tell men it’s wrong to show emotions or vulnerabilities. 

Respect are recruiting 5 new Trustees

29 July 2020

Respect are recruiting 5 new Trustees. As a Trustee you will have the opportunity to shape the future of a unique charity and work with other Trustees and the staff team to ultimately help us reach our goal of ending domestic abuse.

Respect’s Helplines Manager encourages men to question their ideas of abuse

29 July 2020
Many male victims of abuse don’t reach out for help because of society’s ideas of who experiences abuse.
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