People who have been subject to abuse are more likely to experience physical and mental health effects than previously thought.
Domestic abuse, a grave concern in today’s society, is becoming alarmingly common.
The National Centre for Domestic Abuse is a community interest company set up to give victims of domestic abuse legal protection from perpetrators.
Every pound invested in domestic abuse support services represents a £9 saving to the public purse.
- Family & Relationship
The family courts are failing survivors of domestic abuse, according to 28 leading women’s charities, solicitors, and survivors.
Domestic abuse services in England are struggling to provide vital services to women, due to a continued lack of adequate funding.
More than a third of UK adults believe domestic abuse is not a reflection of wider society and instead a case of perpetrators being just ‘bad people’.
- Clinical Psychology & Psychotherapy
For many of us this issue is featuring in our consciousness at the moment due to a recent high-profile celebrity defamation case.
Women’s Aid welcomes funding and support for domestic abuse survivors, announced today by the Department for Levelling Up, Communities and Housing.
- Society & Culture
The Rail to Refuge scheme offers free train travel to women, children and men fleeing domestic abuse who have been offered a place in a refuge.
Aanchal Women’s Aid, a UK charity with a global background, has announced the success of The Jasmine Project.
Today, Women’s Aid launches a powerful new campaign – called Respite – to raise awareness that women in abusive relationships.
I knew I had a difficult marriage, but it wasn’t until 2006, when a neighbour witnessed me being attacked and suggested to me that I was the victim of domestic abuse.
The teachings of the martial way helped me in dealing with the symptoms of the violence caused by my attacker and the authorities.
Domestic abuse can enter the workplace when an abuser attempts to harass, stalk, threaten, or injure a victim at work.