When home is where the hurt is: understanding and responding to domestic abuse
Welcome to the ExChange Wales Summer Conference Series 2022. All resources related to the conference will be updated here.
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When everything is turned upside down at home: Children who lost a parent due to domestic homicide
Professor Eva Alisic, Melbourne School of Population and Global Health
This is Abuse:
Young women’s experiences of sexual coercion
Dr Ceryl Teleri Davies,
Violence against older adults: intergenerational aspects of abuse, neglect and exploitation
Professor Bridget Penhale,
University of East Anglia.
the impact on children & supporting recovery
Sophie Bell and
Wendy Pimblett, NSPCC.
Links for all video resources for this conference are available to view here. You can also find all videos on our conference YouTube Playlist.
The end of
Professor Sally Holland, Cardiff University, and former Children’s Commissioner for Wales
Systematically identifying and prioritising domestic abuse perpetrators for targeted intervention
Professor Amanda Robinson,
Learning from Domestic Homicides and Suspected Victim Suicides During the Covid-19 Pandemic
Katie Hoeger, Analyst for the Vulnerability Knowledge (VKPP), University of Oxford
Yazmin Khan, Analyst for the Vulnerability Knowledge and Practice Programme (VKPP)
This conference brings two special editions of CASCADE Talks. Direct links to the podcasts will be available here, or you can listen on streaming platforms.
Survivors of domestic abuse in conversation
Women’s Aid Cymru
The Violence Against Women,
Domestic Abuse and Sexual Violence (VAWDASV) Network
Dr Sarah Wallace and
Professor Emily Underwood-Lee
Blogs are available to read on the ExChange Wales website, with direct links posted here on each release date. In the meantime, you can read previous blogs.
‘Children: the invisible victims?’
Calls for improved domestic abuse support for children across Wales
Survivors’ stories: Domestic abuse
– being in care
and my personal journey
Emilia Meissner, Project Worker, on behalf
of a young mother from Project Unity
Complex or Complicated:
Evaluation of a whole family integrated domestic abuse (DA) programme
Dr Helen Richardson Foster and Professor Christine Barter, University of Central Lancashire
The hidden issue that is everyone’s business – empowering bystanders
against domestic abuse
Wales Violence Prevention Unit
Professional Artist, on her Disappearing Women project
of the Disappearing Women portraits and videos
All resources related to the conference will be updated here.