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CBT Guide for Intimate Partner Violence

The Guide provides an additional resource for the WA State response to Intimate Partner Violence (IPV).
27 Jan 2022
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Exploring Abusive Behaviours in Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and/or Transgender Relationships

Donovan, C; Barnes, R; Nixon, C (2014)
27 Jan 2022
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Respect's Impact Report: 2020/21

A record of Respect's achievements during the financial year 2020/21.
17 Dec 2021

‘An eight day working week': LGBT+ Domestic Abuse Sector Snapshot’

Catherine Donovan and Kate Butterby, 2020
1 Dec 2021
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Football and Domestic Violence/Abuse in England and Scotland: A Feasibility Study

Williamson, E., Brooks, O., and Lombard, N. (2016)
2 Nov 2021
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Lessons from the Domestic Violence Intervention Project

Findings, March 1998
2 Nov 2021
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Untangling the concept of coercive control: Theorizing domestic violent crime

Walbers, S. and Towers, J. (2018)
2 Nov 2021
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Beyond the Physical Incident Model

How Children Living with Domestic Violence are Harmed By and Resist Regimes of Coercive Control (Katz, E; 2015)
8 Sep 2021
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Controlling money, controlling lives: financial abuse in Britain

Citizens Advice Bureau, 2014
8 Sep 2021
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GPS Monitoring Technologies and Domestic Violence: An Evaluation Study

Edna Erez, LL.B., Ph.D., Peter R. Ibarra, Ph.D., William D. Bales, Ph.D., Oren M. Gur, M.S. (2012)
11 Aug 2021
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WWP EN Expert Paper: Working with(in) Migrant Populations

In this expert essay, two perpetrator programmes from the UK share their experiences engaging with Polish and Urdu/Hindi speaking communities
21 Jul 2021
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Respect Phoneline service review 2020-21

Helping perpetrators of domestic abuse during Covid-19
30 Jun 2021

Domestic Violence and Abuse (DVA) in Military Families: Improving Signposting to Specialist Support

Williamson and Andrea Matolcsi, with Kurda Yar. Centre for Gender and Violence Research, University of Bristol with Women’s Aid (England) April 2019
4 Jun 2021
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‘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)
1 Jun 2021

Men's Advice Line service review 2020-21

A lifeline for male victims: new report shows impact of Men’s Advice Line during Covid-19 crisis
1 Jun 2021

Black, minority ethnic and refugee women, domestic violence and access to housing

Aisha Gill and Baljit Banga, A Race Equality Foundation Briefing Paper, October 2008
29 Apr 2021
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Positive requirements in DAPOs

APPG on Perpetrators of Domestic Abuse briefing (March 2021)
8 Apr 2021
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