University of Oxford launch a survey on the views and experiences of experts and practitioners in the field of CPV and APV during the Covid-19 pandemic. 

This practitioner/expert survey follows on from a survey of parents’ experiences and is part of this project. 

Researchers at the University suspect that the current pandemic and government policy of lockdown will have significant consequences for parents living with violence and abuse from their adolescent children and their access to services and support and have designed an online survey to capture from experts and practitioners the impact of the pandemic on families and the response of support services. 

They are interested to hear from people that work directly with families experiencing CPV and APV, or that work indirectly, for example for organisations and services in this field or in policy. They are seeking to learn more about what families have been experiencing at this time, how services have been able to respond, and what families and services need at this time.

The survey will close on 10th July 2020. It can be found here, along with further information about participation and the project.

Categories: COVID-19, Research, Young people
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