How can technology help to address domestic abuse?

How can technology help to address domestic abuse? A collaborative study from Snook, Chayn and Safelives has been carried out and the findings published in January 2017. The study, funded by Comic Relief, looks at the use of digital tools to support people affected by domestic abuse. Find out more: This research was carried out over

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Tech VS Abuse: How Can Tech Help Address Domestic Abuse

              Comic Relief are running a very exciting research project around the role of technology in domestic abuse, to see where technology could help and for examples of what is already out there. The event is for people who have experienced domestic violence and are also interested in hearing from

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UK Says No More urges victims to make use of Safe Spaces as incidents are expected to rise during Euros.

UK Says No More has joined together with high street banks and pharmacies to urge anyone at risk to access support via designated Safe Spaces found on high streets across the UK.

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NatWest marks ‘No More Week’ by opening Safe Spaces for economic and domestic abuse victims

6 March 2024 NatWest Group is announcing that starting this week it will offer Safe Spaces to people experiencing economic and domestic abuse in over 360 branches across the UK including NatWest, Ulster Bank and Royal Bank of Scotland branches.  Safe Spaces, part of Hestia’s UK Says No More campaign, are designated locations which anyone ...

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Nationwide – the UK’s biggest branch network – joins Hestia’s Safe Spaces

Nationwide – the largest branch network of any UK banking brand -– will offer Hestia’s Safe Spaces scheme to people experiencing domestic abuse across more than 400 branches across the UK. A recent poll by Nationwide shows almost half (48%) the population have experienced, or know someone who has experienced domestic abuse, with almost one ...

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