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Exploring the service and support needs of overlooked and minoritised groups

Report prepared by the University of Bristol in 2012 for the Home Office
10 Dec 2020
Members only

IPV, Depression, PTSD, and Use of Mental Health Resources Among Ethnically Diverse Black Women

Exposure to violence in intimate relationships as factors related to co-occurring mental health needs in women of African descent.
27 Nov 2020
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Providing advocacy and support to survivors from Black and minority ethnic communities

This report provides guidance to practitioners who work with female victims of domestic violence from Black and other minority ethnic communities.
27 Nov 2020
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"You can never work with addictions in isolation’’

Addressing intimate partner violence perpetration by men in substance misuse treatment​
27 Nov 2020
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Free WWP EN event for Respect members: "Keeping children safe in perpetrator work – A virtual tour"

Respect members: apply for a free place at the WWP EN Study Visit 2020 “Keeping children safe in perpetrator work – A virtual tour”
22 Oct 2020

Respect Members offered special online Community View of the Barbican’s exhibition

Masculinities: Liberation through Photography
7 Jul 2020
Members only

COVID-19 - Advice for friends, family neighbours and community members

Domestic abuse, sexual violence and other forms of gender-based violence
28 Apr 2020

COVID-19 - Safety and wellbeing advice for survivors

Domestic abuse, sexual violence and other forms of gender based violence
28 Apr 2020

'Beyond Safety'- Findings from UK’s Project Mirabal Across Six New Measures of Success

By Professor Nicole Westmarland-video of a presentation, 2015
3 Apr 2020
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Leopards can’t change their spots but domestic violence programmes do change lives

By Professors Nicole Westmarland and Liz Kelly, 2015
3 Apr 2020
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Supporting high-risk victims of DV: a review of Multi-Agency Risk Assessment Conferences (MARACs)

Home Office (Nerissa Steel, Laura Blakeborough and Sian Nicholas), 2011
3 Apr 2020

Treatment Needs of Women Arrested for Domestic Violence A Comparison With Male Offenders

By Kris Henning (Portland State University), Angela Jones ( University of Memphis), Robert Holdford (Exchange Club Family Center), 2003.
3 Apr 2020
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Using It or Losing It - Australian Research

By Kerrie James, Beth Seddon and Jac Brown, 2002
3 Apr 2020
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Responding to the challenges of COVID-19

Guidance for practitioners working with domestic abuse perpetrators
31 Mar 2020

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

We have developed this guidance paper to help member organisations overcome the challenges brought on by the Covid-19 pandemic.
30 Mar 2020
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Battered Women’s Multitude of Needs: Evidence Supporting the Need for Comprehensive Advocacy

By Nicole E. Allen, Deborah I. Bybee and Cris M. Sullivan, 2004
27 Mar 2020
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Beyond Typologies: Foregrounding Meaning and Motive in Domestic Violence Perpetration

By David Gadd and Mary-Louise Corrb, 2017
27 Mar 2020
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Feeling Safe, Feeling Strong : Support Groups for Older Abused Women

By Bonnie Brandl, Michelle Hebert, Julie Rozwadowski and Deb Spangler, 2003
27 Mar 2020
Members only

Female perpetrated domestic violence: Prevalence of self-defensive and retaliatory violence.

By Hayley Boxall, Christopher Dowling, and Anthony Morgan
27 Mar 2020
Members only

Perpetrator Intervention Program Completion Certificates are Dangerous

By David Mandel, Executive Director - Safe & Together Institue, 2020
27 Mar 2020
Members only
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