A survey to assess the perceptions of European citizens about gender-based violence, including opinions about the prevalence of domestic violence (2016).
- Civil and Criminal Justice
- Children and Young People
- DART (Domestic Abuse Referral Team)
- Forced Marriage
- 'Honour'-Based Violence and Abuse
- Housing and Refuge
- MARAC (Multi-Agency Risk Assessment Conference)
- MASH (Multi-Agency Safeguarding Hub)
- Men Experiencing Abuse
- Risk Identification Checklists
- Sexual Abuse and Violence
- Forms of Domestic Abuse
- Supporting Survivors
- Working with Perpetrators
- Guidance by Work Sector
- Strategies and Policies
- Understanding Domestic Abuse
- Understanding Survivors
- Intervention and Support
The first ever survey on violence against women across the European Union (EU) based on interviews with 42,000 women (2014).
The first ever nationwide study of women students’ experiences of harassment, stalking, violence and sexual assault (2010).
A report analysing what specialist services for women exist across the substance misuse, criminal justice, homelessness and mental health sectors in England and Wales (2017).
A landmark research project based on data from over 24,000 women in 10 countries that creates a picture of the global effect of domestic violence on women’s health (2005).
A report on the pilot Medium Risk Plus (MRP) intervention for female repeat victims/survivors of domestic abuse in Nottingham and Nottinghamshire. MRP aimed to protect, support and respond to medium risk repeat victims of domestic abuse and was evaluated in collaboration with Equation (2016).
A summary of research into appropriate support for survivors of domestic and sexual abuse who experience multiple disadvantage or have “complex needs” (2018).
The United Nations Rapporteur on Violence Against Women calls for urgent action to address the accountability deficit and also the adverse impacts of changes in funding and services in the UK (2014).
Ground-breaking research on the cost of domestic violence to the British economy (2004).
An update to the ground-breaking research on the financial cost of domestic violence (2009).
The World Health Organization provides key facts on global violence against women.