Domestic Violence

Domestic violence and abuse is when someone is experiencing controlling and threatening behaviour and/or violence from a partner, ex partner or a family member. This definition includes Honour Based Violence (HBV), Forced Marriage and Female Genital Mutilation.

If you think you or someone else are a victim of domestic violence there are services that can help.

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Sexual Violence

Sexual violence and abuse is any sexual act or attempted act that is unwanted by the victim (i.e. without consent).

If you think you or someone else are a victim of sexual violence there are services that can help.

CONSENT! What does it mean?
Have a look at this video


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Practitioners Area

For professionals who come into contact with adults and children affected by domestic or sexual abuse: 

Domestic Abuse Toolkit – identification, assessment, safety planning, specialist services, templates they can use.

Training page in the Practitioner section. 

Jobs page in Practitioner section.

Click here for: NEW NADASA POSTER pdf

Domestic Abuse Symposium: 13 October 2018 – for details visit Eve website: http://eveda.org.uk/

 

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