Domestic abuse: recently published articles & reports
Over the last couple of months there have been a number of useful journal articles and reports published on domestic abuse. Do have a look at the following to help keep yourself and your colleagues up to date.
Recent publications include:
A literature review by Cordis Bright published September 2019: Whole system approaches to domestic abuse. This literature review looks at research, evaluations and guidance to identify recommendations for designing and delivering a whole system approach to domestic abuse. This includes principles for good practice, what works, what the main challenges are and how best to overcome them. In this review, Cordis Bright report and distil the key findings on whole system approaches to responding to domestic abuse.
Cleaver et al: A review of UK based multi-agency approaches to early intervention in domestic abuse: Lessons to be learnt from existing evaluation studies. Aggression and Violent Behavior, Volume 46, May–June 2019.
A Cochrane Systematic Review (Prototype Version) published: 29 June 2019: A realist review of which advocacy interventions work for which abused women under what circumstances.
A report from the Centre for Gender and Violence Research and funded by the Forces in Mind Trust (FiMT): UK military families struggle to access specialist domestic abuse support.
Women's aid reports: The Domestic Abuse Report 2019: The Economics of Abuse and Nowhere To Turn 2019: Findings from the third year of the No Woman Turned Away project.