Domestic Abuse (Coercive Control) is a significant and complex social problem which requires integrated, comprehensive, evidence-based responses which move beyond the provision of support services to victims.
A society free from gender inequality and relationship abuse.
To bring about the individual, family, community and societal changes necessary for the elimination of relationship abuse and associated gender inequality.
We research, develop and pilot best-practice, evidence-based solutions which effect measurable change in:
- Cultural and Social Norms
- Systems’ Responses
- Victim Safety / Perpetrator Accountability
- Primary and Tertiary Prevention
Our website provides information on our current work and future plans.