The Domestic Abuse Act 2021, which became law in April, marks significant steps forward to providing further protections to the millions of people who are subjected to Domestic Abuse. During 2019 to 2020 2.3m people in England and Wales were affected by Domestic...
Eight years after signing The Istanbul Convention, the UK is yet to ratify it. However, the 2020 Domestic Abuse Bill which has been signed into law, takes us a step closer towards adhering to some of the standards that the convention outlined but there is still a lot of work to do.
Last year was a year like no other for so many of us. We found ourselves confined to our homes and with very little social interaction with our friends, family and colleagues (except for the dreaded zoom calls of course). Physical exercise was limited to an hour per day and so many of us were in dire need of something other than the pandemic to focus on. Thus, the 104 challenge was born.
As seen on businessdesk.com. A grant from the Barclays £100m Covid-19 Community Aid Package means that survivors of domestic abuse in Wolverhampton will have a safe place to sleep and support to rebuild their lives following the trauma of abuse.
As seen on expressandstar.com. Parvinder Singh Rakhra and his sons Joshan and Aran spent a day walking from their home in Wolverhampton to outside Birmingham Town Hall at Victoria Square to raise funds for the Haven Refuge.
As seen on itv.com. A number of charities who deal with domestic abuse and violence have raised concerns about the safety of people living in abusive situations.
In light of the current situation with COVID-19 within the city, we would like to update you with what we are doing to ensure our service is accessible for all during this time.
The Haven has launched an urgent appeal for public donation as it faces the huge financial impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
As seen on birminghammail.co.uk. All of the profits from the sale of the ‘wash your donnies’ print will be donated to The Haven, a Wolverhampton charity that supports women and children who are vulnerable to domestic violence, homelessness and abuse.
We wanted to update you on how we’re responding to the challenges of the Corona Virus (COVID-19) and how we are ensuring that we give women and children the best possible service at this difficult time.