This section gives details about resources which network members use for prevention work. Some of them are resources specifically for prevention work, such as education programmes. Others are more general briefings and reports which can be used to inform your own programmes.
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Documentary following staff and service users at GEMS, a prostitution recovery centre in New York.
Current family policy approaches emphasise the significance of paternal involvement in children's lives, yet there has been a silence on violent and abusive fathering in these discourses. This is the first UK book to specifically focus on violent fathering discussing original research in the context of domestic violence and emerging practice literature to address this problem.The book examines fathers' perceptions of their domestic violence and its impact on children, their relationships with children and their parenting practices. It will be of interest to academics and professionals in family and child welfare policy, socio-legal studies, social work, criminology and other disciplines with an interest in domestic violence and child protection.
Short video testimonial on the situation for women in Afghanistan 10 years after the Taliban was ousted in 2001.
This report is based on a research project entitled ‘Young People, Media and Personal Relationships’, which was conducted by the authors between June 2001 and July 2003. The project was funded by the Advertising Standards Authority, the British Board of Film Classification, the BBC, the Broadcasting Standards Commission and the Independent Television Commission.
The shocking story of an alienated 14-year-old girl who, along with her boyfriend, becomes addicted to heroin and involved in prostitution to support their habit in the German metropolis of Berlin.
An abuse and violence prevention programme for children, young people and vulnerable adults