Resources

Category: Learning and development

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
Members only

Lessons from the Integrated Domestic Abuse Programme

Hughes, W (2017)
8 Sep 2021
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Lessons from the Integrated Domestic Abuse Programme

Will Hughes, Probation Journal 2017, Vol. 64(2) 129–145
11 Aug 2021
Members only

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
Members only

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
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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

Responding to the challenges of COVID-19

Guidance for practitioners working with domestic abuse perpetrators
31 Mar 2020
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