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The challenges of domestic or sexual violence for ‘frontline workers’: developing training materials and educational resources

Miriam Davidpost by MIRIAM E. DAVID
Emeritus Professor, Institute of Education

‘Women’s refuges forced to shut down by funding crisis’ is a central headline in The Guardian (August 4 2014 p. 1) illustrating how violence against women is now on public agendas in dramatic ways. The accompanying article documents the growing crisis in funding for the refuges that have been created to deal with problems of sexual or domestic violence over the last several decades. There are photos of 4 young women, two with their babies, to illustrate the problem of domestic violence – young women killed in their homes by violent men, almost certainly their partners. Continue reading The challenges of domestic or sexual violence for ‘frontline workers’: developing training materials and educational resources

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