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Useful Links

Clare’s Law If in doubt about a new relationship, Clare’s law provides the right to ask the police if there is a history of abuse, and the right to be given appropriate information, enabling better informed choices to be made. Proactively, Police can inform new partners of an abuser if considered relevant.

Refuge  www.refuge.org.uk

Womensaid  www.womensaid.org.uk

The Hideout for children and young people witnessing abuse www.thehideout.org.uk

Survivors’ Handbook www.womensaid.org.uk/survivors_handbook

Expect respect: Education Toolkit a teachers’ aid including lesson plans for all age groups

Respect for perpetrators www.respectphoneline.org.uk

Responding to Domestic Abuse: A handbook for Health Professionals (and others)

Coercive Control by Evan Stark

Advocacy After Fatal Domestic Abuse https://aafda.org.uk

Help and advice for those left behind

 Please visit http://www.hiddenhurt.co.uk website.

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Domestic Violence On women in UK

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Domestic Violence UK

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Domestic Violence: The Survivor's Story - Southampton Women's Aid

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When Abuse Isn't A Crime | HuffPost Reports: UK

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Learned Behaviour || Domestic Abuse

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Tonight Programme - Domestic Abuse.

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HARDER- a short film about domestic abuse

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Domestic Violence Against Males in the UK - BBC ONE SHOW - Fathers' Rights

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Domestic Violence Witnesses

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Domestic Abuse - See the Signs

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