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Christmas campaigns against domestic abuse: impact of abuse on children

2012 March 20
by Mary Munro

Update

“Police warning on ‘shocking’ number of children caught up in domestic violence in their own homes” Daily Record
“The shame of Scots children living in ‘war zone’ homes” Scottish Express
“Children witness to domestic violence” Herald

Following posted on 16.12.11

“Figures reveal rise in children suffering domestic abuse in Strathclyde” Daily Record
“2200 kids suffer in Xmas domestic abuse” Evening Times
“Big rise in child-related home abuse” Scotsman
“Rise in domestic abuse involving children” STV
“Shock rise in child violence at Christmas” Scottish Sun
“Strathclyde rise in children involved in domestic abuse” BBC

Following posted on 8.12.11

“Boy’s heartbreak letter to Santa is focus of new Christmas campaign against domestic violence” Daily Record
“‘It is never the victim’s fault’ — new festive campaign to tackle problem of domestic abuse” Courier

Press releases

“Strathclyde Police highlights the impact of domestic abuse on children with new campaign” Strathclyde Police

See also

The White Ribbon Scotland campaign is for men in Scotland who want to end violence against women.
Angus Violence against Women Partnership (AVAWP)
Scotland says no (Violence Reduction Unit domestic abuse site)

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