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Intimate Partner Violence: An Access Evidence Report

Intimate partner violence is a global social problem that is pervasive and persistent, and which has been worsened since the Covid-19 pandemic. This evidence review by Ruth Geraghty and Professor Mark Morgan focuses on the experiences of victims of intimate partner violence, as well as the prevention of and responses to intimate partner violence. 

This report will be of relevance and interest to professionals, academics and policy makers working for children, young people and families, including, but not limited to the health sector, social work, education, policing and judiciary and domestic abuse professionals.