The long-awaited Domestic Abuse Bill contains some good measures – but there is still a way to go to ensure proper protection for victims, writes Jess Phillips MP. The Domestic Abuse Bill is to be welcomed.Read More
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On 23 October WAITS was featured in an hour-long lunch time radio show “The truth behind Domestic Abuse” on the Caroline Martin show BBC radio WM, and fundraising evening raises £2,550.Read More
The intersection of violence, abuse and mental health is under-studied in low and middle-income countries. A King’s College Official Development Research Partnership grant enabled an inaugural meeting of researchers in 2019.Read More
Cameras have been rolling on a new film dealing with issues surrounding domestic abuse. The Saleem Foundation were making a film about domestic abuse with young actors.Read More
Luke and Ryan Hart found out their dad had murdered their mother Claire and sister Charlotte – and then killed himself – via a BBC news alert. It was July 2016 and neither son lived in England at the time.Read More
Domestic abusers and stalkers should be forced to sign a national register like sex offenders, a cross-party parliamentary report has said. They should be monitored, giving protection to victims who live in fear of their tormentors.Read More
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