Domestic Violence-Informed Child Welfare Systems Blog

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Domestic violence-informed system change is hard to achieve without addressing worker safety: Part II

Supervisory strategies While there are many strategies needed to address worker safety, reflective supervision[1] is one critical way for agencies to advance their domestic violence practice.[2] The following are [...]

Safe & Together for Supervisors: A Critical Element of Domestic Violence-informed Organizational Change

Part of an occasional series on domestic violence-informed supervisory practice  By David Mandel, Executive Director Safe & Together Model training for supervisors is one of the tools we offer [...]

Mainstream misogyny – when the media calls the murder of your mother and sister ‘understandable’

By Luke Hart A ‘good man,’ who was ‘always caring’ had ‘understandably’ killed his wife, Claire and 19-year-old daughter, Charlotte, in a car park with a sawn-off shotgun before [...]

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