Published in: Home: NewsScrap plans to give cops more power, say women as David Carrick jailed for life
A Met officer has been locked up for dozens of rapes. Yet Suella Braverman’s priority is clamping down on protesters
Published in: 50.50: NewsCost of living crisis could be ‘catastrophic’ for domestic abuse survivors
Experts say surging costs may offer perpetrators an excuse to control the household’s finances – depriving survivors...
Published in: openDemocracyUK: AnalysisDomestic abuse is rising. Why aren't all police being trained to deal with it?
Victims face a postcode lottery, with just over half of England and Wales’s police forces having adopted a training...
Published in: North Africa, West AsiaDuring a pandemic, domestic violence shelters are essential services
In the Arab region, the pandemic serves as a wake-up call, highlighting the need to view shelter and other domestic...
Published in: ourEconomy: OpinionThe coronavirus crisis shows it's time to abolish the family
What does the pandemic tell us about the nuclear family and private household?
Ukraine’s legislation on domestic violence gets a reboot - but is it enough?
Ukraine’s parliament may be afraid of words such as “gender”, but a recent law goes some way to fighting domestic violence.
Published in: oDR: OpinionGrim news from Kyrgyzstan on domestic violence
It shouldn’t take a series of brutal murders to prompt government action.
Why domestic violence is flourishing in Kyrgyzstan - and how it could stop
Nearly three years ago, a law outlawing domestic violence was passed in Kyrgyzstan, but it has had little effect....
Inside the fight over Russia’s domestic violence law
Who is preventing Russia’s domestic violence legislation from going ahead - and does it have any future?
“Pass a law, even if it’s a bad one”: how Armenia is tackling domestic violence
Two years on since Armenia passed a domestic violence law, it’s time to look at how it’s being implemented.