For every £1 spent delivering a support programme for domestic abusers, the value to society was £1.40.
Around 10% of women aged 16 to 24 say they have experienced domestic violence in the last year.
Women make up a major portion of the Canadian workforce. That's why employers need to step up to help those in domestic abuse situations.
Can we use smart home data to better identify and report abusers, while protecting victims of domestic and family violence?
Acid attacks, mostly against women, are increasing globally, and toxic masculinity is to blame. It's time for social, medical and legal reform to stop the scourge.
A new study has interviewed South Asian women who have suffered from economic abuse.
If even top judges can get it wrong when it comes to domestic abuse then perhaps it's time we all tried to better understand the nature of coercive and controlling behaviour.
Abuse affects all sexes.
A study finds financial abuse can be disguised as care and is tied into social values of the Anglo-Celtic and Indian communities.
Research shows the vastly different ways the two newspapers approach this important issue.
To reduce female recidivism rates, we need to address inmates' histories of trauma and abuse.
The way evidence and testimony is used in court makes it very hard to prove a relationship is coercive.
The Archers's character may have been acquitted of attempted murder in the BBC radio show, but she now faces a battle over child arrangements.
Cuts to local councils are being passed onto domestic violence services – here's what we need to do to prevent it.
One reason for the series’ success can undoubtedly be found in its spectacle of violence and sex.
Why we're being asked to decide whether Amber Heard is one of two archetypes: the gold-digging, manipulative siren or the innocent female victim.
Why a show about village life in a fictional town somewhere in middle England has been making headline news.
How the kind of abuse Rob subjected Helen to often goes unnoticed.
We mustn't allow convicted rapists or abusers to continue as role models.
A new three-year pilot programme to help the perpetrators of domestic abuse will start this April, but as investment in victim help declines, questions have arisen as to just how effective it can be.