Children who experience domestic violence between their parents, or other adults at home, are not just passive observers.

This final project report focuses on children’s experiences of domestic violence, in families affected by domestic violence.

UNARS featured in

(see Archive)

Review of Violence Conference.

Video on Young People's page offers a glimpse into the lives of children who have experienced domestic violence, using children’s own stories, photos and drawings.

Valencia - Final UNARS Conference 12th May 2015 - details and venue can be found here on the Public Seminar Events page Speech made by Mr. Jorge Cardona Llorens,The United Nations Committee on the Rights of the Child

Review of Valencia Conference.

More Events have been added - see Events page

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Intervention with Children & Young People Leaflet now available

Intervention Leaflet

Children's Experiences of Domestic Abuse: Agency, resistance, resilience

Public Seminar

Understanding Agency and Resistance Strategies is a research and intervention project, focused on young people in situations of domestic abuse. The project is led by researchers at the University of Northampton, who are working with Northampton Women's Aid, and with partners in four European countries to develop and enhance agency and resilience of children living with domestic abuse. The project is funded through the European Commission's DAPHNE funding streams. 

Further information on the DAPHNE III programme's aims and objectives.

Shine a light

This project has been funded with support from the European Commission.
This website reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

Project Code: JUST/2012/DAP-AG-3461