SHERA newsletter Sept 2022

SHERA newsletter Sept 2022

SHERA Newsletter September 2022

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Artwork created by 'A domestic abuse victim mother from Bristol'

Artwork created by 'A domestic abuse victim mother from Bristol'

Artwork created by 'A domestic abuse victim mother from Bristol'

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‘Stolen daughter’ Blue eyeliner pencil on skin 01.06.22 by Her Mum

‘Stolen daughter’ Blue eyeliner pencil on skin 01.06.22 by Her Mum

Exploring grief and trauma in response to domestic violence and family court abuse with the small ritual of replacing this message on my body for my stolen child.

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10th International Festival of Public Health: dedicated to the themes of 'Ending Violence against Women and Children: Time for Change' and 'Urban Health'

10th International Festival of Public Health: dedicated to the themes of 'Ending Violence against Women and Children: Time for Change' and 'Urban Health'

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Arts and Domestic Violence and Family Court

Arts and Domestic Violence and Family Court

This song by Alela Diane has been selected by a survivor mother, which represents her experiences and feelings about fighting for her child in family court.

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Arts and Domestic Abuse / Violence and Family Courts

Arts and Domestic Abuse / Violence and Family Courts

If you are a mother or child who would like to feature your Art relative to your experiences of domestic abuse /violence and family court on our website, please contact us via the 'get in touch' button. We are also interested in hearing from sculptors, painters, singers, poets, actors, dancers or any artists who would like to work with us to enable communication of our project findings via artistic methods as this can be very powerful.

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SHERA Training

SHERA Training

SHERA members offer a range of training resources for tackling hypersexualisation of children and preventing domestic abuse, coercive and controlling behaviour and post separation abuse through the family courts.

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Pornography, Domestic Violence and the Family Courts

Pornography, Domestic Violence and the Family Courts

Addressing the impact of pornography and domestic violence on mothers and children and how this is considered in family court proceedings.

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OGR Stock Denton Solicitors
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Liverpool Hope University
Culture Reframed
Coercive Control Consultant
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University of Manchester