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  • Press Release: Pioneering Research in Cumbria 10 October 2017 — Mandy Marshall — News

    Pioneering research in Cumbria will equip churches to respond better to domestic abuse.
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  • A Christian Survivors' Network A Christian Survivors' Network 24 September 2017 — Lucy — Blog

    A Christian Community for Survivors

    Female survivors of domestic abuse are at different stages of recovery, with different needs yet similar experiences.

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  • How To Be a Friend to a Survivor of Abuse. 08 September 2017 — Esther Sweetman — Blog

    Christine explains why it was so hard for her to recognize the abuse she was experiencing . . .

    'The abuse got worse little by little so it increasingly became normal, until my ex destroyed every part of me.'

    But I passionately believe that it is everyday ordinary friends who can make the difference - become an awesome friend.
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  • Karma Nirvana Karma Nirvana 08 September 2017 — Esther Sweetman — Blog

    ​Karma Nirvana is a UK charity that supports victims (women and men) of honour based abuse and forced marriage. They also raise awareness and provide education particularly in secondary schools, colleges and universities. They lobby government and were instrumental in persuading Prime Minister David Cameron to criminalise forced marriage in 2014.
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  • I've Run Out of Fight I've Run Out of Fight 01 August 2017 — Esther Sweetman — Blog

    Recently BBC news highlighted a case where a man was jailed for 10 years for the manslaughter of his ex girlfriend after she killed herself as a ‘direct result’ of his coercive and controlling behaviour.

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  • What does it mean to be a good father? 14 June 2017 — Peter Grant — Blog

    Father’s Day is a chance to remember and honour our dads and the other men who have played a positive role in our lives. I want to turn this around to focus on our own role as fathers and to ask: What does it mean to be a good father?
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  • It might be nothing, but it could mean everything. It might be nothing, but it could mean everything. 26 May 2017 — Esther Sweetman — Blog

    A guide for people who think their friend, relative, neighbour or colleague may be in an abusive relationship.

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  • Reflecting on complementarianism and domestic violence 20 May 2017 — Guest — Blog

    Guest blog by Erica Hamence, Anglican Minister and Common Grace's Domestic & Family Violence Justice Team member.
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  • Be Bold for Change: Inspiration in the House of Lords 11 April 2017 — Esther Sweetman — News

    Restored was involved in a recent event at the House of Lords to mark International Women's Day.
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  • A New Start out of Berlin’s Red Light District A New Start out of Berlin’s Red Light District 06 April 2017 — Harriette Drew — Blog

    Chronicle by our First Man Standing Officer Harriette Drew about visiting NeuStart a project in the red district of Berlin.
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