The Government has the opportunity to make the Domestic Abuse Bill truly transformational and to enshrine protection for all survivors, regardless of their immigration status. These powerful testimonies illustrate the multiple barriers migrant women face when escaping violence and the urgency to ensure migrant women are protected from domestic abuse.
This document was created by Step Up Migrant Women UK, Latin American Women's Right Service, Southall Black Sisters, The Angelou Centre, Latin American Women's Aid, Hillingdon Women's Aid and Middle Eastern Women and Society Organisation.
This Toolkit provides practical support and resources to support professionals and organisations to develop and improve responses to domestic abuse in health settings. AVA, alongside project partners, have published the report as part of the national health Pathfinder project.
This new report documents the key findings and learnings from our national health Pathfinder project - working to improve health responses to domestic abuse. The report provides details of our work with partners in 8 pilot sites in England, and the key achievements of the project.
As part of the national health project, Pathfinder, AVA lead on a series of survivor consultations, providing space for survivors to share their experiences of, and recommendations for, health services in England. This report presents the key findings from across the Pathfinder survivor consultations.