We work across multidisciplinary fields and settings
We establish and supervise working groups, developing research exploring the impact of domestic abuse / violence perpetrator behaviours, on the health of women and children. We draw knowledge and foster methodologies from a range of disciplines, to deepen understanding about prevention strategies by thinking across boundaries.
We work as a unique collaboration between law, health, economics, human rights and domestic abuse support services to develop innovative cross-cutting research into the health impacts of legal / family court proceedings for mothers and children. We investigate this using a broad lens exploring individual and structural inequalities.
We establish and supervise working groups focused on developing specific resources for minority and marginalised groups such as migrant women, ethnic minorities, disabled women and other minoritised women.
We foster the transfer of knowledge between academia, health and social care and domestic abuse support services to provide the most current training and resources to policy-makers and professionals across multiple settings.
We welcome input from a wide field of expertise including experts by experience victim-survivors. Get in touch if you would like to contribute.GET IN TOUCH