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PATH to Recovery: Call Out for Focus Group Participants

The PATH (Psychological Advocacy Towards Healing) trial involved specially trained domestic violence and abuse (DVA) advocates providing an eight-session psychological intervention for women being supported in specialist DVA services.   We want to hear from women who have: Experienced domestic violence and abuse. Have accessed support in relation to their domestic abuse within the last 10 years (this does not need to have been from a specialist domestic abuse service).

Devolution and women’s disadvantage: Tackling women and girl’s multiple disadvantage at a regional level

Launch of policy briefing: This briefing builds on the findings of Breaking Down The Barriers: The Final Report of The Commission Into Women’s Domestic And Sexual Violence And Multiple Disadvantage. This report identified the need for gender and trauma-informed responses that understand the interconnected experiences women face when seeking help for violence and abuse, mental ill health, substance use, homelessness and motherhood. Following this publication, Agenda and AVA worked with Greater Manchester Combined Authority officials, women’s sector organisations and women with lived experience in Greater Manchester (GM) to understand how the Commission’s recommendations could be achieved across the region. This work has informed the recommendations for change at the regional level set out in this briefing. This work has been funded by the Lloyds Bank Foundation for England & Wales.

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