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How to support someone who is experiencing domestic abuse

It is likely that you know someone in a harmful or unhealthy relationship. Domestic abuse is common.

For example, estimates suggest that one in three women globally will experience abuse in their lifetime.

But many people do not know how to respond when a friend, relative or colleague tells them about domestic abuse.

My new research with colleagues at UCL and domestic abuse charities examines how education and training can help families and social networks recognise domestic abuse, know how to respond and be willing to do so.

During COVID lockdowns, domestic..

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