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Great to see this work. All our services should about domestic abuse and need training and resources to do so.
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Agenda Aug 28
Important new research by on the common behaviour patterns of people who kill their partners. It is so important that public services are equipped to on the signs of domestic abuse.
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Women's Aid Aug 13
Replying to @womensaid
All public services must on domestic abuse: (2/2)
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Agenda Sep 12
We're pleased to see this public commitment from the PM that the will be re-introduced and delivered. We will continue to campaign to ensure the Bill means all public services about domestic abuse.
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Cardboard Citizens Aug 13
We worked with earlier this year, and we are supporting their campaign to ensure all public services about domestic abuse, so opportunities are not missed to help survivors. Read the new report:
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Jemima olchawski Aug 13
Our new research shows why current approach in mental health services to asking about abuse isn't working. Read about in this piece by with powerful testimony from survivor Chlo
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Polly Neate Aug 13
The missed opportunities to act against number in the thousands of thousands. Some will mean perpetrators go on to kill women. Professionals need training and support to - check out new campaign by 👇
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MySistersHouseBognor Aug 25
We are proud to support call for public services to on Domestic Abuse
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Domestic Violence UK Aug 13
ASK AND TAKE ACTION A Campaign by to ensure staff in public services ask about domestic abuse. ......
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Esther Sample Aug 13
Important campaign launched by and partners today- Public services need to ask survivors about their experiences of domestic abuse in a trained and compassionate way to ensure they get the support they need at the earliest opportunity
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Jemima olchawski Aug 13
"The question was life changing." Thank you to Andrea for sharing her story and her support for . Together let's make sure domestic abuse really is everyone's business
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Connie Muttock Aug 13
Public services must do better by survivors and on domestic abuse. It’s time for Govt make this happen via the . Proud that we have launched this important campaign today 💜
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Connie Muttock Aug 14
One last glimpse of the buzz before going on hols. Fab to see so many orgs and campaigners across sectors come together to call on public services to meet the needs of survivors. Look forward to working with you all when I’m back! ✈️🇵🇷
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Birth Companions Aug 14
"Now, looking back, I keep thinking – why didn’t anyone just ask, just once? That’s all it would have taken for me to be able to link my poor mental health to my experiences of trauma."
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anne-marie douglas Aug 13
Mental health services are “putting women at risk” by failing to ask them about their experience of domestic abuse.
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BathBuildingSociety Sep 3
are doing amazing work to improve support for victims and survivors of domestic abuse locally & supporting national initiatives like this campaign . Read the new report:
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Agenda Sep 17
The IRIS programme provides domestic violence training for GPs and other staff and creates pathways to support. As a result, over 1700 people have been identified and referred to support since 2012. This is why it's vital that services about domestic abuse.
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Wilkinson Woodward Sep 16
Mental health services across England are failing by not asking about experiences of domestic , according to data in a report by the alliance for women and girls at risk.
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Pathway Aug 20
We should never miss an opportunity to help those experiencing abuse.
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Woman's Trust Aug 14
Great campaign from our colleagues over We're proud to have provided free counselling and therapy for thousands of women since 1996 - but many survivors receive no support at all.
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