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  • PRESS RELEASE: Carl Beech to become Ambassador for Restored! PRESS RELEASE: Carl Beech to become Ambassador for Restored! 22 November 2018 — Jessica Clarke — News

    CARL BEECH TO BECOME AN AMBASSADOR FOR RESTORED!

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  • Guest Blog written by Always Hopeful 21 September 2018 — Jessica Clarke — Blog

    This blog was written by Always Hopeful, a survivor of domestic abuse. You can follow their journey on Facebook (@alwayshopefulandnotabused) or read their blog at www.alwayshopefulandnotabused.blogspot.comFacebook reminded me this morning that seven years ago today I drove my eldest son to school, drove home then opened and downed a bottle ...
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  • Press Release: Former Law Society President to start as New Co-Director Press Release: Former Law Society President to start as New Co-Director 20 April 2018 — Jessica Clarke — News

    Photo Credit: The Law SocietyFormer Law Society President Andrew Caplen is set to become co-Director of Restored, the Christian charity campaigning to end violence against women. He will join Restored on 1 May 2018 following the retirement of Peter Grant and will lead the charity alongside Mandy Marshall who, with ...
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  • Press Release: Co-Director Peter Grant is retiring 26 January 2018 — Mandy Marshall — News

    Our Co-Director Peter Grant is retiring in May.

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  • 2017 Review 2017 Review 22 December 2017 — Jessica Clarke — Blog

    What a year 2017 has been!
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  • Are there Harvey Weinsteins in the church? Are there Harvey Weinsteins in the church? 31 October 2017 — Peter Grant — Blog

    The Harvey Weinstein story exemplifies many of the issues that we set up First Man Standing to address. Abuse is much wider that Hollywood or Westminster. The stories and statistics are hard to read, but force us to face up to the reality that violence against women happens “in churches too”.
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  • Healthy Relationships: Predictors and Red Flags Healthy Relationships: Predictors and Red Flags 30 August 2017 — Esther Sweetman — Blog

    We all know the key elements of a good relationship: respect, honesty, and good communication. Most people think those elements are in place when they enter their relationships or get married. Yet we also know that a person demonstrating respect, honesty and good communication skills in their working life, for example, does not necessarily predict how that same person will behave in an intimate relationship.

    So this discussion will challenge us to consider observable inter-relational predictors, not just individual traits, when thinking about healthy long term relationships and to be able to identify red flags that may be causes for concern.
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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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  • 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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