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This research review explores the research and evidence around children’s experience of domestic violence and the role of multiagency service responses and interventions. It includes findings on prevalence and patterns of abuse, effects on children’s development, and
This briefing for councillors concentrates on the key research messages regarding domestic violence to support Lead Members to ensure that the local authority fulfils its legal responsibilities in safeguarding children and young people. It includes key steps to developing a respo
This summarises the key findings of the research review, Children Experiencing Domestic Violence: A Research Review (Stanley 2011). It includes research and evidence around prevalence, effects on children’s development, the interaction with parenting and children’s he
Please note that this has not been updated since it was published.This research review presents findings from research on the impact of domestic violence on children, the overlap with post-separation contact, the effectiveness of interventions and children's views about domestic
Please note that this has not been updated since it was published.This briefing, aimed at practitioners and managers, looks at the evidence on what domestic violence is, the impact on families and what effective service and practitioner responses involve.
Number of pages: 8
This briefing examines the prevalence and causes of violence and abuse in both adolescent and adolescent to parent relationships. It identifies common protective factors and makes recommendations for practice as well as helping practitioners understand how they might be able to n
This summary of recommendations for engaging with young people experiencing relationship abuse, developed by SafeLives, accompanies the full briefing. The briefing examines the prevalence and causes of violence and abuse in both adolescent and adolescent to parent relationships.
Forced marriage is recognised in England as a form of domestic or child abuse, an abuse of human rights and criminal offence. Survivor, campaigner and founder of Karma Nirvana, Jasvinder Sanghera CBE, authors this briefing, which aims to build confident social work and family sup
This series of open access evidence scopes considers the potential relationship between neglect and forms of sexual harm and abuse: child sexual exploitation; intra-familial child sexual abuse; and harmful sexual behaviours. These different types of harm rarely exist in isolation
This chart accompanies the full briefing, which looks in detail at the issue of emotional abuse and neglect and its application to child welfare practice. The chart provides a ‘rough guide’ to help frontline practitioners reflect on the causes and broad categories of