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Can you help local women and children spending this Christmas in a refuge after fleeing domestic abuse? For women leaving a domestic abuse situation, packing their children’s favourite comforters, toys, clothing and toiletries – let alone a Christmas gift – is often the last thing on their minds. Faced with homelessness, women and children will

In these uncertain times when Domestic Abuse cases are rising during lockdown, it’s important to bring attention to those working hard to eradicate domestic abuse. In these difficult times and despite their own difficulties Sistah Space are doing just that.  Interviews with service users of Sistah Space revealed that BAME women feel they are not

Yesterday, the Domestic Abuse Alliance met with some of its supporters including their Ambassador Lorraine Stanley to discuss producing a short film around domestic abuse. Chris Luff MBE was there to consult on the meeting held in Harpenden, giving his wise insight. There was a reading of a prospective script written by Domestic Abuse Alliance’s Emily

Caseworkers from The Domestic Abuse Alliance (DA Alliance) put down their files, headsets, and notepads at five o’clock on Thursday evening to support an important domestic abuse charity 04 September 2020- The DA Alliance has so far raised over £1000 for Standing Together Against Domestic Violence to support their vital work in keeping victims of

Domestic Abuse is usually something that people find hard to talk about. This didn’t seem to be the case at the Cambridge City Council and Hertfordshire County Council events this week. The rooms at the Guildhall and the Offley Place Hotel respectively were packed to the rafters with professionals from all areas of business, local

When a woman is raped, why should it be the first instinct to question her sexual choices/preferences or even her actions on the night in question? Time and time again, even in the cases of women dying from abusive partners using the ‘rough sex’ defence it’s always the woman’s fault. The #metoo movement is not enough