New paper health experiences of mothers in Brazil in family court
At SHERA we believe there are multiple areas in and around the family courts, which require further immediate attention. We have highlighted these as our key focal points for 2023-2026. Please get in touch with us if you think you can help with these goals.
This blog discusses key issues in the complaints processes of our public services, including how to complain.
Croatia prohibit the use of 'parental alienation' pseudoscience against victims of abuse following a letter from GREVIO
Recommendation score: 10/10. "The training was well presented, very engaging and validating what we experience as practitioners working with survivors of domestic abuse." Jewish Women's Aid, 2023.
A thank you to Reem for her excellent report
We are delighted that our submissions from SHERA members Dr Elizabeth Dalgarno, University of Manchester, Dr Adrienne Barnett, Brunel University, Paola Motosi, CPI Voz Materna and Dr Sonja Ayeb-Karlsson, University College London are featured in the latest report from the UNSRVAWG.
A personal reflection on the harms of femicide and domestic abuse.
Both the government and the judiciary need to understand that vulnerable children are not a hot potato to dump on the desk of another department. The government must act with urgency to prevent more children being forever harmed by the processes and people intended to protect them.
SHERA formal statement on so called 'parental alienation': A pseudoscientific and damaging belief system which renders children voiceless.
16 days of activism against gender-based-violence and the 'Parental Alienation' hoax legal strategy, used around the world to deny domestic abuse and child abuse of women and children
Artwork created by 'A domestic abuse victim mother from Bristol'
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.
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.
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.