{"19":{"name":"Centre for Gender and Violence Research, University of Bristol","city":"Bristol","country":"United Kingdom","description":"The aim of the Centre is to conduct high quality research to inform policy, practice and action on gender-based violence. Its history of researching violence against women and gender based violence, feeds into policy and practice nationally, internationally and locally. The centre offers a range of consultancy, teaching and training, including research dissemination events and seminars for professionals.","website":"https:\/\/www.bristol.ac.uk\/sps\/research\/centres\/genderviolence\/","dbRefUri":null},"43":{"name":"Respect","city":"London","country":"United Kingdom","description":"Respect is the UK membership organisation for work with adults who perpetrate domestic violence, with Male victims of domestic violence and young people using violence in close relationships.","website":"http:\/\/respect.uk.net\/","dbRefUri":null},"65":{"name":"Centre for Child Wellbeing and Protection, University of Stirling","city":"Stirling","country":"United Kingdom","description":"The Centre for Child Wellbeing and Protection at the University of Stirling in Scotland consists of a number of academic researchers, social workers and other professionals with a wide range of experience in research on the issue of the impact of domestic abuse upon families and children. We also have a longstanding experience of working in, providing training and consultancy, and conducting research into, various aspects of the work of perpetrator programmes in the UK and in Ireland.","website":"https:\/\/www.stir.ac.uk\/about\/faculties\/social-sciences\/our-research\/research-areas\/centre-for-child-wellbeing-and-protection\/","dbRefUri":null},"71":{"name":"Caledonian System","city":"Edinburgh","country":"United Kingdom","description":"The Caledonian System is an integrated approach to addressing the domestic abuse of women by men. It is a \u2018systems approach\u2019, working with the whole family by combining a court-ordered programme for men with support services for women and children. The Caledonian System has its origins in various Domestic Violence Perpetrator Programmes (DVPPs) developed in Scotland in the 1980s and 1990s. The Caledonian Men's Programme and the women\u2019s and children\u2019s services are accredited by the Scottish Advisory Panel for Offender Rehabilitation for national implementation in Scotland.","website":"https:\/\/communityjustice.scot","dbRefUri":null},"77":{"name":"Welsh Women\u2019s Aid","city":"Cardiff","country":"United Kingdom","description":"Welsh Women\u2019s Aid is the national charity in Wales working to end domestic abuse and all forms of violence against women and girls. We are a federation of specialist organisations in Wales (working as part of a UK network of services) that provide lifesaving services to survivors of violence and abuse \u2013 women, men, children, families \u2013 and deliver a range of innovative preventative services in local communities.\r\nWe have been at the forefront of shaping coordinated community responses and practice in Wales since we were established in 1978. We do this by campaigning for change and providing advice, consultancy, support, and training to deliver policy and service improvements for survivors, families and communities.","website":"https:\/\/www.welshwomensaid.org.uk\/","dbRefUri":null}}