I am joint Principal Investigator on a National Lottery Community funded grant 'DewisChoice' examining Elder Abuse, Justice Mechanisms and Wellbeing (2015-2019). The research involves using participatory action research & ethnographic processes to examine justice mechanisms in the context of domestic violence and abuse and care-giver stress.
Dewis Choice provides a community designed service to clients experiencing domestic abuse or care-giver stress. The research involves a longitudinal study to explore justice seeking and the lived experiences of people aged 60 years and over who experience abuse by family members.
I have acted as PI on eight other studies on gendered harms which include a Pan Wales study on Domestic Abuse, Hate Crime and Older People, a study examining Responses to Children and Young people experiencing Domestic Abuse, research evaluating the Making Safe Programme - an initiative that rehouses domestic abuse perpetrators and A Qualitative study Examining Feminist Praxis in developing Grassroots responses to Domestic Abuse. I have also collaborated with colleagues from Aberystwyth, Cardiff & Surrey University on five UK projects These projects have focussed on Domestic Homicide, a UK-wide study on Anti-Social Behaviour in Adults; Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Programmes in Prisons; & Domestic Abuse Perpetrator programmes.