To work towards the elimination of domestic violence and abuse, to highlight issues arising for survivors and specialist support services, and to contribute to the development of policy and legislation in this area.
1. Written Evidence: Rape Crisis England & Wales (RCEW) (DAB05)
16/06/2020 - Bill Documents
Found: Domestic Abuse Bill
Written evidence submitted by Rape Crisis England & Wales (DAB05)
House of Commons
Found: advice T2a_DV_Orders_Gender_Of_App Table 2a - Domestic Violence Orders by Court and gender of applicant, 2019
Found: advice T2a_DV_Orders_Gender_Of_App Table 2a - Domestic Violence Orders by Court and gender of applicant, 2020
4. Written Evidence: Agenda (DAB68)
16/06/2020 - Bill Documents
Found: the Domestic Abuse Bill
to require public
authorities to make trained enquiries about
Domestic violence and abuse: help from DWP
A guide for domestic violence and abuse victims
1. Domestic Abuse Bill
10/02/2021 - Lords Chamber
1: “Transfer of joint tenancies and survivors of domestic abuse (1) This section applies where there - Speech Link
2. Covid-19: Domestic Abuse
29/06/2020 - Lords Chamber
1: Government are working closely with domestic abuse organisations, the domestic abuse commissioner and the police - Speech Link
2: that urgent action is needed for victims of domestic abuse, since in the first three weeks of lockdown - Speech Link
3: communications for the online helpline for domestic violence victims to access. No lady or, indeed, man - Speech Link
3. Domestic Abuse Bill
05/01/2021 - Lords Chamber
1: through the Bill to all victims and survivors of domestic abuse; to all those courageous people who have spoken - Speech Link
4. Domestic Abuse Bill
28/04/2020 - Commons Chamber
1: Committee, Home Office preparedness for Covid-19: domestic abuse and risks of harm within the home, HC321; First - Speech Link
2: personal and heart-wrenching experience of domestic abuse. She was not alone in showing great courage - Speech Link
5. Istanbul Convention: Position of the UK Government
26/05/2021 - Westminster Hall
1: human rights. Violence, particularly violence against women, including domestic violence, undermines the - Speech Link
2: demonstrating their real commitment to tackling violence against women and girls. I join him in urging - Speech Link
3: on preventing and combating violence against women and domestic violence, known as the Istanbul convention - Speech Link
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