Academic Publications 

Debates of Difference: Male Victims of Domestic Violence and Abuse

Domestic Violence: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Protection, Prevention and Intervention, published by Palgrave Macmillan 2016 

This book presents a variety of socio-legal perspectives on issues of domestic violence and abuse. Focussing on contemporary research and practice developments in policing, law, statutory and voluntary sectors, the contributors to this volume cover a vast spectrum of initiatives and professional expertise concerned variably with protection, prevention and intervention priorities.

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Articles 

 A Male IDVA's Perspective on Working with Male Victims of Domestic and Sexual Violence

An article written for, and published by Respect on supporting male victims

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 Domestic Violence and the Law: An Introduction

The first in a series of articles commissioned by the Bristol Law Society on domestic violence and the law. This article gives a brief overview of domestic abuse.

 Domestic Violence and the Law: What is Required of You?

The second in a series of articles commissioned by the Bristol Law Society on domestic violence and the law, giving an insight in to how those in the field of law could encourage disclosure.

 Domestic Violence and the Law: Working with Perpetrators

The third in a series of articles commissioned by the Bristol Law Society on domestic violence and the law, giving an insight on the process of engaging with services available for perpetrators.

 Domestic Violence and the Law: Children

The fourth in a series of articles commissioned by the Bristol law society on domestic violence and the law, giving an insight of the effects and iissues affecting children who have witnessed or experienced domestic abuse.

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 Domestic Violence and the Law: Clare's Law

The fifth in a series of articles commissioned by the Bristol law society on domestic violence and the law, giving a brief outline for practitioners on Clare's Law and the role it will play for victim/survivors over the next 12 months.

 

Briefing Notes

 Domestic Violence: An LGBT Perspective

A briefing note for professionals working in domestic violence or working with LGBT client groups on the additional risks faced by LGBT victims of domestic abuse.

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