Fawcett Society – Sex Equality – State of the Nation 2016 report. A brilliant well evidenced report as one would expect from the Fawcett Society.

Splitz is grateful for the skills of our IDVA's (Independent Domestic Abuse Advisors) who work with 'high risk' victims of domestic abuse. We are privileged to work with the brilliant teams in Devon and Gloucestershire and (since October 2015) with a superb team in Wiltshire. Safelives, who provide the accredited training for IDVA's, describe them as 'Lifelines' - enabling people to survive when they are all alone .

We join with Claire Throssell in her unspeakably tragic situation - twice a victim! First as a survivor of domestic abuse and then, cradling her one son as he lay dying from the fire deliberately caused by her husband, whilst her other son already lay dead in the morgue.

We join with Claire Throssell in her unspeakably tragic situation - twice a victim! First as a survivor of domestic abuse and then, cradling her one son as he lay dying from the fire deliberately caused by her husband, whilst her other son already lay dead in the morgue.

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Following the publication of the Lord Chief Justice Annual Report, the spotlight falls on his comments on the affordability of Justice - Justice delayed is Justice denied - but, with little or no access to funding to support vulnerable people, particularly in family law cases - it is Justice unavailable!

Splitz and its young people's team in TeenzTalk were delighted to welcome Angus Macpherson, Wiltshire Police and Crime Commissioner to our Trowbridge head office. Angus wanted to hear how the money he provided was helping to give a healthy 'start' to young people and their developing relationships.

Shocking injuries inflicted by a domestic violence thug on his ex-girlfriend pictured in an article in the Mirror newspaper

A heart cry from someone else at the sharp end of delivering support and care for vulnerable women - support staff at Splitz echo the comments and the problems spoken about in this article from the Guardian newspaper.

Source: Guardian 9 January 2016

 

Cllr. Mike Ryan, Newton Abbot’s mayor, learnt first hand about the support available locally for those experiencing domestic abuse on his recent visit to the open day at the Change Academy in Newton Abbot (9 December).

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