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Open letter to next Gov. to return Legal Aid

Victims of domestic violence who have suffered due to injustice will be able to receive help if what the Labour proposes will be adopted. An open letter was signed in The Guardian by 100 judges, doctors, peers and lawyers who are working in the civil and criminal justice system. TheRead More

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Call By Local Government Association Aims to Stop CSE in Its Tracks

The LGA aims to put an abrupt end to CSE with the introduction of “disruption orders” that would function on the same principles as Anti-Social Behaviour Orders and Domestic Violence Protection Orders. Local authorities are tired of their hands being tied when it comes to intervening in child sexual exploitationRead More

Changes To Legal Aid Reported As Limiting Resources For Victims Of Domestic Violence

Citizens Advice has reported that changes to legal aid in 2013 have affected the amount of help that 60% of advisers can offer to victims of domestic abuse. The survey across the Citizens Advice network has found that one of the biggest barriers to support for victims is now theRead More

Pro’s Miss Five Opportunities To Stop Domestic Violence

Safe Lives Report Indicates That Victims Suffer For Three Years Research by the organisation Safe Lives shows that victims of domestic abuse are suffering for nearly three years before finally getting help. Of course, this figure is an average, which means that many victims are suffering for longer. During theRead More

Cross border protection for victims of domestic violence

Prior to January 2015, victims of domestic violence faced significant difficulties moving to different EU states and ensuring that their protection order was enforced. These difficulties stemmed from the fact that the protection orders were not recognized between member states. As a result, victims were not fully protected from violenceRead More