Stolen Smiles: a summary report on the physical and psychological health consequences of women and adolescents trafficked in Europe
A study aiming to call attention to the health implications of trafficking in women and provide a basis for improved policies and services for survivors of trafficking.
The study gathers statistical evidence, including qualitative and quantitative data, and examines women's health needs from crisis intervention to long-term symptom management. The results are used to identify health priorities for trafficked women in post-trafficking service settings.
Strengthening women’s voices in Government: A response to the public consultation
A report on the UK Government's public consultation, "Strengthening Women's Voices in Government"
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Supporting Families Affected by Substance Use and Domestic Violence
This report is the culmination of work undertaken with two groups of people: (a) young people accessing services for their parents’ substance use and (b) adult family members who run support groups for those affected by a family member's substance use (Family Members Support Providers). The work was funded by Comic Relief and led by the University of Bedfordshire in partnership with Adfam and the Stella Project.
The aims of the research project were:
DIRECTOR: Daniel Petrie
NOTEABLE APPEARANCES: Sally Field
DATE OF RELEASE: 1976
RUNNING TIME: 198 min
RATING: Unrated in the UK
KEY THEME/ ISSUES: Mental illness as the consequence of childhood sexual abuse
Tackling domestic abuse in a digital age
A Recommendations Report on Online Abuse by the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Domestic Violence
Tackling Gender-based Violence Through Health Services
The National GBV Team was created to support NHS Boards meet their responsibilities in relation to CEL_41, as a service provider, employer and partner agency. They promote a response to gender-based violence across the NHS that is safe, person-centred and effective for those who have previous or current experience of abuse. We additionally have responsibility for monitoring progress across the NHS in Scotland and are working with Boards to develop effective recording and reporting systems.
Tackling the Demand for Prostitution
A rapid evidence assessment of the published research literature, aiming to assess what further action can be taken to reduce the demand for prostitution.
The report examines the evidence on the characteristics and motivations of those who buy sex, the contexts and settings for procuring sex, and the efficacy of deterrents.