Leopards can’t change their spots but domestic violence programmes do change lives

3 April 2020
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By Professors Nicole Westmarland and Liz Kelly, 2015

Responding to the challenges of COVID-19

31 March 2020
Guidance for practitioners working with domestic abuse perpetrators

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

30 March 2020
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We have developed this guidance paper to help member organisations overcome the challenges brought on by the Covid-19 pandemic.

Beyond Typologies: Foregrounding Meaning and Motive in Domestic Violence Perpetration

27 March 2020
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By David Gadd and Mary-Louise Corrb, 2017

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

27 March 2020
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By Hayley Boxall, Christopher Dowling, and Anthony Morgan

Domestic Violence and Attachment Theory: Clinical Applications to Treatment with Perpetrators

13 March 2020
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In The Encyclopedia of Domestic Violence (Ed. Nicky Ali Jackson), Routledge, 2007. Daniel Jay Sonkin, Ph.D. Independent Practice Sausalito, CA, 2007

It's just a choice - Scene 1: Financial abuse

13 March 2020
Series of films addressing positive men's behavioural change.

It's just a choice - Scene 2: Stalking/Harassment

13 March 2020
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Series of films addressing positive men's behavioural change.

It's just a choice - Scene 3: Verbal abuse

13 March 2020
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Series of films addressing positive men's behavioural change.

It's just a choice - Scene 4: Physical abuse

13 March 2020
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Series of films addressing positive men's behavioural change.

Project Mirabal Video

13 March 2020
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Video 2: How do you feel now that you're at the end of the programme? By Durham University.

Project Mirabal Video

13 March 2020
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Video 1: What advice would you give a man who uses violence or abuse against his partner? By Durham University.

Project Mirabal Video

13 March 2020
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Video 3: How do you feel being part of a group talking about violence and abuse? By Durham University.

Project Mirabal Video

13 March 2020
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Video 4: How much do you think you've changed as a result of being on the programme? By Durham University.

Project Mirabal Video

13 March 2020
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Video 5: What has been the most helpful thing someone said to you? By Durham University.

Working with women who use force

13 March 2020
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A feasibility study protocol of the Positive (+) SHIFT group work programme in Australia By BMJ Open, 2019

Intersectionality in Young Men’s Accounts of Domestic Violence Perpetration (video)

6 March 2020
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By Prof David Gadd, Manchester University, 2015

On the receiving end. How post can enable domestic abuse

6 March 2020
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By Gemma Byrne, Laura Clark Rachel White - Citizens Advice, 2020

Beyond violence: Breaking cycles of domestic abuse

28 February 2020
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By Callan and Farmer, Centre for Social Justice, 2012

Domestic Violence Perpetrator Programmes: Steps Towards Change. Project Mirabal Final Report.

24 February 2020
By Liz Kelly and Nicole Westmarland. London and Durham: London Metropolitan University and Durham University, 2015

Domestic violence: who are the victims and who are the perpetrators?

24 February 2020
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By Calvin Bell, 2001

‘I just wanted him to hear me’: Sexual Violence and the Possibilities of Restorative Justice

24 February 2020
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By Claire McGlynn, Nicole Westmarland and Nikki Godden, 2012

Intimate Partner Violence Within Law Enforcement Families

24 February 2020
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By Anita S. Anderson and Celia C. Lo, 2010

The Resource Utilization of Women Who Use Violence in Intimate Relationships

24 February 2020
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By Suzanne C. Swan and Tami P. Sullivan, 2008

Crime Reduction News: Spotlight on perpetrators

21 February 2020
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By Jo Todd, 2005

The role of gender in officially reported IPV

21 February 2020
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By Heather C. Melton and Carrie Lefeve Sillito, 2011

Portrayal of women as Intimate Partner Violence perpetrators

20 February 2020
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By Marianne Hester, 2012

Domestic Homicide Review Case Analysis for Standing Together

5 February 2020
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By Nicola Sharp-Jeffs and Liz Kelly, 2016

“Time Out”: A Strategy for Reducing Men’s Violence Against Women in Relationships?

5 February 2020
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By Richard Wistow, Liz Kelly, and Nicole Westmarland, 2016
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