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Prosecuting Domestic Violence Cases article on ABA
Twitter: @jontait Article: Prosecuting Domestic Violence Cases https://apps.americanbar.org/litigation/committees/criminal/articles/fall2015-0915-prosecuting-domestic-violence-cases.html Video: Domestic Violence Video Against Men Abuse advert Mankind Woman attacking man in street https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SzfLVyNHJgQ
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Thoughts on Family Law: Domestic Abuse and Child Custody
Atty. Gregg Herman discusses an article in Wisconsin Lawyer Magazine on the findings of a study concerning a Wisconsin law that's had little effect on prioritizing the safety of children in domestic-abuse cases. Read Gregg's Full Article https://www.loebherman.com/domestic-abuse-legislation/ ======================================= Subscribe to Wisconsin Family Law Case Finder! ======================================= Wisconsin Family Law Case Finder is a legal research service that offers access to over 1,600+ searchable and categorized family law cases from Wisconsin and other jurisdictions, as well as articles to scholarly journals and publications about family law issues. Subscriptions start at only $35.00! Find Out More & Subscribe Today! https://www.wifamlaw.com/
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What is DOMESTIC VIOLENCE? What does DOMESTIC VIOLENCE mean? DOMESTIC VIOLENCE meaning - DOMESTIC VIOLENCE definition - DOMESTIC VIOLENCE explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. Domestic violence (also domestic abuse, spousal abuse, intimate partner violence, battering, or family violence) is a pattern of behavior which involves violence or other abuse by one person against another in a domestic setting, such as in marriage or cohabitation. Intimate partner violence (IPV) is violence by a spouse or partner in an intimate relationship against the other spouse or partner. Domestic violence can take place in heterosexual and same-sex family relationships, and can involve violence against children in the family or, in some U.S. states, violence against a roommate. Domestic violence can take a number of forms, including physical, verbal, emotional, economic, religious, and sexual abuse, which can range from subtle, coercive forms to marital rape and to violent physical abuse such as female genital mutilation and acid throwing that results in disfigurement or death. Domestic murders include stoning, bride burning, honor killings, and dowry deaths. Globally, the victims of domestic violence are overwhelmingly women, and women tend to experience more severe forms of violence. In some countries, domestic violence is often seen as justified, particularly in cases of actual or suspected infidelity on the part of the woman, and is legally permitted. Research has also shown there to be a direct and significant correlation between a country's level of gender equality, and actual rates of domestic violence. DV is among the most underreported crimes worldwide for both men and women. Men face additional gender related barriers in reporting, due to social stigmas regarding male victimization, and an increased likelihood of being overlooked by healthcare providers. Domestic violence occurs when the abuser believes that abuse is acceptable, justified, or unlikely to be reported. It may produce intergenerational cycles of abuse in children and other family members, who may feel that such violence is acceptable or condoned. Awareness, perception, definition and documentation of domestic violence differs widely from country to country.Domestic violence often happens in the context of forced or child marriage. In abusive relationships, there may be a cycle of abuse during which tensions rise and an act of violence is committed, followed by a period of reconciliation and calm. Victims of domestic violence may be trapped in domestic violent situations through isolation, power and control, cultural acceptance, lack of financial resources, fear, shame, or to protect children. As a result of abuse, victims may experience physical disabilities, chronic health problems, mental illness, limited finances, and poor ability to create healthy relationships. Victims may experience psychological problems, such as post-traumatic stress disorder. Children who live in a household with violence often show psychological problems from an early age, such as dysregulated aggression which may later contribute to continuing the legacy of abuse when they reach adulthood.
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4 Women Share Their Stories About Financial Abuse | The 3-Minute Guide
Be one of the first 500 people to visit http://skl.sh/3minuteguide22 and get your first two months of Skillshare for free! Erin from Broke Millennial explains financial abuse and identifies resources for help. National Domestic Abuse Hotline: https://www.thehotline.org/ Finding your financial footing after abuse: https://www.domesticshelters.org/domestic-violence-articles-information/finding-your-financial-footing-after-abuse Protect your finances when leaving a financially abusive relationship: https://www.thepennyhoarder.com/life/wellness/leaving-an-abusive-relationship/ 7 Ways to Help Victims of Financial Abuse Break Free https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/7-ways-to-help-victims-of-financial-abuse-break-free_us_59e751d3e4b0153c4c3ec41e Broke Millennial Twitter: @BrokeMillennial Instagram: @BrokeMillennialBlog The Financial Diet site: http://www.thefinancialdiet.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thefinancial... Twitter: https://twitter.com/TFDiet Tumblr: http://thefinancialdiet.tumblr.com/
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Abused By My Girlfriend: The Teenage Romance That Descended Into Terrible Violence
Alex was told that he was just ten days away from death when he was taken into hospital during an abusive relationship with his then girlfriend, Jordan. Jordan became the first female in the UK to be convicted of coercive and controlling behaviour and was sentenced to seven and a half years in prison. You can watch the full documentary on BBC Three's iPlayer page here: https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/p0700912/abused-by-my-girlfriend If you have been affected by the contents of this video, you can visit this website: https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/articles/3FQFSnx6SZWsQn3TJYYlFNy/information-and-support-domestic-abuse -- Click here to subscribe to BBC Three: http://bit.ly/BBC-Three-Subscribe Did you know that we’re up to other things in other places too? Best of BBC Three: www.bbc.co.uk/bbcthree iPlayer: http://www.bbc.co.uk/tv/bbcthree Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/bbcthree Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/bbcthree Instagram: http://instagram.com/bbcthree Tumblr: http://bbcthree.tumblr.com Oh, we’re on Snapchat too - just incase you were wondering… add us, bbcthree.
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Check out our New Biography Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/biographics According to the CDC, roughly 10 million people every year are subject to spousal abuse of some kind, and this doesn’t even count the abuse numbers perpetrated against children by a battering parent. Domestic violence is a huge problem, and shutting it down while also dealing with the spread is an issue society has been trying to get a handle on for some time now. →Subscribe for new videos every day! https://www.youtube.com/user/toptenznet?sub_confirmation=1 Help us translate our videos: https://www.youtube.com/timedtext_cs_queue?msg=10&tab=0 - Learn more why you might want to help: https://support.google.com/youtube/answer/6052538 Find more lists at: http://www.toptenz.net Entertaining and educational top 10 lists from TopTenzNet! Subscribe to our Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TopTenz/ Business inquiries to [email protected] Other TopTenz Videos: Top 10 Most Dangerous Gangs https://youtu.be/vaA7eecpAck?list=PLQ4d2-ByGhnIYyd7gYfzJto1ix7J_3r-6 Top 10 HORRIFYING Facts About the AMERICAN MAFIA https://youtu.be/byuQOxiZbk0?list=PLQ4d2-ByGhnIYyd7gYfzJto1ix7J_3r-6 Text version: http://www.toptenz.net/10-disturbing-facts-domestic-abuse.php Coming up: 10. Many Abusers Walk Free Because They Convinced Their Victim To Recant Their Testimony 9. Many Domestic Abuse Victims Come To Believe They Deserve It 8. Oftentimes Victims Of Abuse Grow Up To Be Abusers Themselves 7. Men Can Also Be Victims Of Domestic Abuse, But Are Much Less Likely To Report It 6. Many Victims Of Abuse Stay For Their Kids 5. Abusers With Drug Problems Will Convince Themselves They Are Not Bad People 4. Well-Meaning Spouses Who Protect Their Abusers Often Cause More Harm To Their Children 3. Domestic Abusers Usually Abuse Both Their Spouse And Children If Applicable 2. Most Households With Physical Abuse Also Have Instances Of Sexual Abuse 1. Far Too Often, The Abuser Ends Up With At Least Partial Custody Of The Children Source/Further reading: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/north/domestic-abuse-victims-often-recant-stories-1.1289225 http://www.hiddenhurt.co.uk/domestic_violence.html http://www.theguardian.com/society/2013/sep/17/breaking-the-cycle-of-abuse http://www.theguardian.com/society/2010/sep/05/men-victims-domestic-violence http://www.ncadv.org/learn-more/what-is-domestic-violence/why-victims-stay https://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2013/mar/17/cannot-stand-abusive-alcoholic-husband http://www.slate.com/articles/life/dear_prudence/2014/10/dear_prudence_my_husband_punishes_our_children_far_too_roughly.html https://www.ncjrs.gov/App/publications/abstract.aspx?ID=119050 http://lundybancroft.com/articles/the-connection-between-batterers-and-child-sexual-abuse-perpetrators/ http://www.phillyvoice.com/live-abuser-american-family-courts-fail-children/
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What is EVIDENCE-BASED PROSECUTION? What does EVIDENCE-BASED PROSECUTION mean? EVIDENCE-BASED PROSECUTION meaning - EVIDENCE-BASED PROSECUTION definition - EVIDENCE-BASED PROSECUTION explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. SUBSCRIBE to our Google Earth flights channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6UuCPh7GrXznZi0Hz2YQnQ Evidence-based prosecution' (sometimes termed "victimless prosecution") refers to a collection of techniques utilized by prosecutors in domestic violence cases to convict abusers without the cooperation of an alleged victim. It is widely practiced within the American legal system by specialized prosecutors and state's attorneys and relies on utilizing a variety of evidence to prove the guilt of an abuser with limited or adverse participation by the abuser's victim, or even no participation at all. Evidence-based Prosecution arose from the unique challenges facing prosecutors in domestic violence cases. While domestic abuse has been prevalent throughout history and its impacts severe, only in recent decades has prosecution been undertaken aggressively. Since the 1970s, increased public awareness has led to tougher laws and an ever-expanding role for law enforcement and the criminal court system in what had previously been regarded as "a family matter". While in the 1980s as little as 5% of domestic abuse cases with injuries would be routinely prosecuted, in 2010, the rate in some jurisdictions approached 80%. Prosecutors managing these cases face a constant problem of victims who are unable or unwilling to cooperate with prosecution. In jurisdictions with aggressive enforcement of domestic violence laws, approximately 65-70% of victims do not cooperate with prosecution. This occurs for a variety of reasons and includes seeking dismissal of charges, lying to prosecutors or police, recanting statements about the abuse, refusing to talk about the abuse, perjuring themselves in court to protect the abuser, or refusing to come to court altogether. Evidence-based prosecution arose from the desire to prosecute individuals in domestic violence cases either without placing pressure on the victim to cooperate when she or he might face retaliation or other dangers from doing so, or when such pressure is applied but ineffective. It was first used in the 1980s, but did not become widespread until the 1990s. By 2004, it was actually preferred by some prosecutors, who reported higher conviction rates without victim cooperation than with it. As of 2010, the use of evidence-based prosecution is strongly encouraged, if not mandated, for agencies receiving federal funding through the STOP Violence Against Women Act. In its infancy, evidence-based prosecution was often called "victimless prosecution," although this has since become a slang term only, neither factually accurate nor politically correct. As prosecutors and victim advocates frequently point out, evidence-based prosecution often does not deal with a "victimless" crime, nor does it seek to remove the victim or her interests from the case, but rather seeks to focus on the crime and its impact without relying on the victim's participation. Of course, all prosecutions are based on evidence, so the term "evidence-based" prosecution, while politically correct, is not at all descriptive. In context, "evidence-based" prosecution is best understood as a prosecution without any testimony from most or all of the principal witnesses and instead making effective use of all remaining or alternative forms of evidence. The most common pieces of evidence used in evidence-based prosecution are: 911 call recordings and transcripts, Child witness statements, Neighbor witness statements, Medical records, Paramedic log sheets, Prior police reports, Restraining orders, Booking records, Letters from the suspect, Videotaped/Audio taped interviews with the victim, and Defendant's statements. The basic techniques in utilizing these and other pieces of evidence loosely resemble the use of circumstantial evidence in murder cases (in which, of course, the victim is never available to testify). For instance, a recording of a 911 call by the victim might be used to convey what happened to the judge or jury if the victim is not in court to testify, refuses to talk about what happened, or is not truthful about it. Likewise, statements from the Defendant in the case, such as to police officers or detectives, might be introduced to show inconsistencies or admissions about the abuse. ...
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Duty of Health Professionals in reporting domestic violence cases.
Law no: 3/2012 ( Domestic Violence Act), Article (9) , “A duty of care is hereby established on health professionals and social workers to report suspected cases of domestic violence to the Police or the Authority in order to protect the victim(s). “
Domestic Violence Investigations - My experiences
1. "Stockholm Syndrome aka Trauma Bonding in Narcissistic Abuse" see below⬇ https://youtu.be/pUKgIXHD278 2. "The Two Most Dangerous Moments of Domestic Violence Calls" see below ⬇ https://www.policeone.com/investigations/articles/413880006-The-2-most-dangerous-moments-of-domestic-violence-calls/ #DomesticViolence #StockholmSyndrome #ElderAbuse #DeputySheriff #Deputy #Sheriff #Sheepdog
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Enactment of Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act 2005 | Help Line | Vanitha TV
The Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act 2005 is an Act of the Parliament of India enacted to protect women from domestic violence. Domestic violence can be psychological abuse, social abuse, financial abuse, physical assault. Watch Vanitha TV, the First Women Centric Channel in India by Rachana Television. Tune in for programs on infotainment, health and welfare of women, women power and women's fashion. For more latest updates: * Watch Vanitha TV Live : http://goo.gl/lNE2u0 * Subscribe to Vanitha TV Channel: https://goo.gl/O9N2d1 * Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/vanithatv * Follow us on Twitter At : https://twitter.com/vanithatvtelugu
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Remedies against fake cases of domestic violence
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R.A. 9262: Anti-Violence Against Women and Their Children Act
Rise & Shine is a daily morning program that showcases a variety of topics such as practical home solutions; cooking tips; livelihood ideas; family and parenting advice; Do-It-Yourself projects and fitness tips. Rise & Shine is hosted by seasoned broadcaster/actress Louella de Cordova and print and commercial model Jenny Fajardo. Rise & Shine UNTV Channel 37 Monday to Friday 8:00 to 9:00 a.m. http://www.untvweb.com/program/rise-n-shine/ Aired on September 08, 2014
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Can a Man get a greencard through a VAWA Petition? Domestic Violence against Men!
http://peerallylaw.com http://immigrationlegalblog.com Phone:(510) 742 5887 Among the reported domestic violence cases, 50 to 60% of abuses are against women, the other 40% are against men. Many will see this 40% as a "laughing matter", yet this is not the case because most people will be surprised to know that there are around 300,000 men abused in the United States every year. In fact, our law firm has won many VAWA cases where the men were the abused not the perpetrators and the ratio of men to women seems to back these figures. According to many, violence against men is one of the most under-reported phenomenon in our society. Violence against men especially in the immigrant community is probably more under-reported because of the cultural issues attached to the role of men in the immigrant community. Unfortunately domestic violence is not a "men exclusive club". More and more experts are seeing that this phenomenon is a human problem altogether. If you are an immigrant and you feel you have been abused and whether you are a man or a woman, please get help and please give us a call on 510.742 5887. Information provided above is for educational purposes only. One should not act or refrain to act solely based on the information provided. You should consult an attorney to assess your case before proceeding. Shah Peerally is an attorney licensed in California practicing immigration law and debt settlement. He has featured as an expert legal analyst for many TV networks such as NDTV, Times Now and Sitarree TV. Articles about Shah Peerally and his work has appeared on newspapers such as San Jose Mercury News, Oakland Tribune, US Fiji Times, Mauritius Le Quotidien, Movers & Shakers and other prominent international newspapers. His work has been commended by Congress women Nancy Pelosi and Barbara Lee. He has a weekly radio show on KLOK 1170AM and frequently participates in legal clinics in churches, temples and mosques. His law group, Shah Peerally Law Group, has represented clients all over the United States constantly dealing with the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), Immigration and Custom Enforcement(ICE) and CBP (Customs Border Patrol (CBP) under the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). This department was formerly known as the Immigration and Nationality Services (INS). For updates follow us on Radio, Facebook, Twitter ,LinkedIn and Youtube Listen to the Shah Peerally Law Live Show every Tuesday from 11am to 12pm and Friday 12pm to 1am - KLOK 1170AM We have serve the community with dedication and compassion Attorney Shah Peerally also deals in debt settlement. For more information call us on 510.742.5887 and visit us on www.YourDebtSettlementAttorney.com
Domestic Abuse Vox Pop 2014
Julia Shaaban and Mel McElhatton ask themselves how much students on campus know about domestic violence ? In 2012 77% of cases reported were by women, that means that around 33% of the domestic abuse cases were on men... How aware are students that men can be victims of domestic violence just as much as women?
54 Killed in domestic violence cases in Maryland in a year
Maryland legislator push to strengthen laws against domestic violence. ◂ ABC2 News offers comprehensive local news, Maryland's most accurate weather forecast and sports coverage for Baltimore and all of Maryland. Breaking news and severe weather coverage are delivered with live streaming video. ABC2, WMAR-TV, is Maryland's Source for Online Video, News, and Weather. For more download the ABC2 mobile app: http://abc2news.com/mobile
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One More Domestic Violence Case In Jammu
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From Victim to Survivor: Find Your X…but First, Find Your (Wh)Y? | Lauren Book | TEDxOxford
The childhood trauma Lauren Book suffered robbed her of her childhood, but forced her to learn how to find her voice and rebuild her life with purpose…through her TED Talk, she challenges viewers to do what she’s been challenged to do through her journey from victim of physical, sexual and emotional abuse to struggling survivor and now thriver and internationally recognized advocate for change. Along the way, Lauren’s journey has often been three steps forward and ten steps back. Seeking to address and unearth the root cause of behaviors and decisions within her own life, and society’s take on child protection issues and child sexual abuse at large, Lauren explains how she found her driving force – her X – by choosing to face, instead of run from, some of her darkest places…and finding her (wh)Y? Lauren Book, M.S. Ed, is an internationally respected & renowned child advocate, former classroom teacher & best-selling author. She is also 1 of 42 million survivors of child sexual abuse living in the U.S. today. Armed with the knowledge that 95% of child sexual abuse is preventable through education & awareness, Book is using her personal experience as a vehicle to create change. She created a Pre-K through grade 12 sexual prevention education curriculum used in more than 55,000 classrooms worldwide & has advocated for the passage of laws to protect children. Book has been named a PEOPLE All-Star Among Us, L’Oreal Woman of Worth & is the recipient of a Congressional Medal of Merit for her tireless work to protect childhood. She is an EMMY nominee & Gracie Award-winning producer & has been featured by media outlets including Newsweek, Cosmopolitan, the Huffington Post, USA Today & many more. Book lives in Florida where she serves as founder & CEO of the Lauren’s Kids Foundation. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
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Couple charged in what police called "worst case of child abuse"
Aisha Morales is a reporter/anchor at Action 2 News in Green Bay, Wisconsin.
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My Experience With Domestic Violence
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Why domestic violence victims don't leave | Leslie Morgan Steiner
Leslie Morgan Steiner was in "crazy love" -- that is, madly in love with a man who routinely abused her and threatened her life. Steiner tells the dark story of her relationship, correcting misconceptions many people hold about victims of domestic violence, and explaining how we can all help break the silence. (Filmed at TEDxRainier.) TEDTalks is a daily video podcast of the best talks and performances from the TED Conference, where the world's leading thinkers and doers give the talk of their lives in 18 minutes (or less). Look for talks on Technology, Entertainment and Design -- plus science, business, global issues, the arts and much more. Find closed captions and translated subtitles in many languages at http://www.ted.com/translate Follow TED news on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/tednews Like TED on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TED Subscribe to our channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/TEDtalksDirector
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12 Legal Rights of Women in Hindi | By Ishan Sid
12 Legal Rights of Women in Hindi | By Ishan Sid In this video you will know about legal rights of women in Hindi, Women have a lot of right given by law. Now every Indian women should know her rights. Thanks. 1. समान वेतन का अधिकार- समान पारिश्रमिक अधिनियम के अनुसार, अगर बात वेतन या मजदूरी की हो तो लिंग के आधार पर किसी के साथ भी भेदभाव नहीं किया जा सकता. 2. काम पर हुए उत्पीड़न के खिलाफ अधिकार- काम पर हुए यौन उत्पीड़न अधिनियम के अनुसार आपको यौन उत्पीड़न के खिलाफ शिकायत दर्ज करने का पूरा अधिकार है. 3. नाम न छापने का अधिकार- यौन उत्पीड़न की शिकार महिलाओं को नाम न छापने देने का अधिकार है. 4. घरेलू हिंसा के खिलाफ अधिकार- ये अधिनियम मुख्य रूप से पति, पुरुष लिव इन पार्टनर या रिश्तेदारों द्वारा एक पत्नी, एक महिला लिव इन पार्टनर या फिर घर में रह रही किसी भी महिला जैसे मां या बहन पर की गई घरेलू हिंसा से सुरक्षा करने के लिए बनाया गया है. 5. मातृत्व संबंधी लाभ के लिए अधिकार- मातृत्व लाभ कामकाजी महिलाओं के लिए सिर्फ सुविधा नहीं बल्कि ये उनका अधिकार है. मातृत्व लाभ अधिनियम के तहत एक नई मां के प्रसव के बाद 12 सप्ताह(तीन महीने) तक महिला के वेतन में कोई कटौती नहीं की जाती और वो फिर से काम शुरू कर सकती हैं. 6. कन्या भ्रूण हत्या के खिलाफ अधिकार- भारत के हर नागरिक का ये कर्तव्य है कि वो एक महिला को उसके मूल अधिकार- 'जीने के अधिकार' का अनुभव करने दें. गर्भाधान और प्रसव से पूर्व पहचान करने की तकनीक(लिंग चयन पर रोक) अधिनियम (PCPNDT) कन्या भ्रूण हत्या के खिलाफ अधिकार देता है. 7. मुफ्त कानूनी मदद के लिए अधिकार- बलात्कार की शिकार हुई किसी भी महिला को मुफ्त कानूनी मदद पाने का पूरा अधिकार है. 8. रात में गिरफ्तार न होने का अधिकार- एक महिला को सूरज डूबने के बाद और सूरज उगने से पहले गिरफ्तार नहीं किया जा सकता, किसी खास मामले में एक प्रथम श्रेणी के मजिस्ट्रेट के आदेश पर ही ये संभव है. Keep Supporting Us :- Website : https://www.ishanllb.com/ Website : http://www.eisarahi.com/ Email : [email protected] Facebook Official : https://www.facebook.com/eisarahiofficial Facebook Page : https://www.facebook.com/IshanLLB/ Twitter : https://twitter.com/ishanllb Tags : - 12 Legal Rights of Women in Hindi,Rights of Women in Hindi,महिलाओं के कानूनी अधिकार,Women's legal rights,घरेलू हिंसा महिला सुरक्षा कानून,समान वेतन का अधिकार,घरेलू हिंसा के खिलाफ अधिकार,रात में गिरफ्तार न होने का अधिकार,Women Rights in India,women's rights under indian constitution,mahilaon ke adhikar hindi me,mahilao ke adhikar in hindi,legal rights in india hindi me,kanooni adhikar hindi me,indian law hindi me,kanoon,ishan llb,ishanllb,rights by ishan llb
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Men Suffer Domestic Violence Too
Victims speak to Sky News
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Spiritual Abuse, Emotional Abuse and Divorce - Manipulative Spouses, Marriage - cheating christians
Whether you are in an emotionally draining or physically abusive relationship, chances are you have come across the self-righteous, prideful and ignorant spiritually abusive Christians who will encourage to stick it out with a person who obviously doesn't love you and is doing everything he or she can to kill, steal and destroy your life! Don't listen to foolish people who are more concerned about selfish interests and how they look in the eyes of God and the church; rather than what God says and your safety. If you or someone you know is in a difficult relationship with an unbeliever, trust that God will have your back! He will not put no more on you than you can bear. Get out the way, so that God can have his way on the unrighteous, manipulative man or woman who uses scripture to justify evil-doing. If you are a survivor or victim, please list in the comments some of the manipulations an abuser has used on you. Check out other audios/videos as well as articles: Domestic Violence Within the Church the Ugly Truth http://www.christianheadlines.com/news/domestic-violence-within-the-church-the-ugly-truth-11602500.html Personal experience woman married to a minister https://youtu.be/xwQDKjJZDN8 Message for those in Emotionally & Physically Abusive Relationships https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xs-4bnQYhGA Untouchable Men - Leaders, Husbands, Uncles, Boyfriends, Friends with Benefits https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sYYLqLvnRsI Domestic Violence Awareness - Abusers Recruiting the Next Generation https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S6xeZTYUKBc Laboring to Love an Abusive Mate - http://laboringtoloveanabusivemate.blogspot.com Study with Nicholl - a partner with Amazon - http://bit.ly/J0wyop Nicholl is the author of the following books: Know Your Enemy: The Christian's Critic https://www.createspace.com/3437273 When Mothers Cry https://www.createspace.com/3393499 Laboring to Love Myself https://www.createspace.com/3401526 Laboring to Love an Abusive Mate https://www.createspace.com/3332346 Floral Beauty on a Dead End Street http://www.blurb.com/bookstore/detail/904839 Spiritual Poems By Nicholl http://www.blurb.com/bookstore/detail/3113926 spiritual abuse, emotional abuse, domestic violence Spiritual Abuse http://www.spiritualabuse.com/ 10 Ways to Spot Spiritual Abuse http://www.churchleaders.com/pastors/pastor-articles/155481-10-ways-to-spot-spiritual-abuse.html Signs of Emotional Abuse http://psychcentral.com/blog/archives/2013/02/20/signs-of-emotional-abuse/ Emotional Abuse Test http://www.healthyplace.com/abuse/emotional-psychological-abuse/emotional-abuse-test-am-i-emotionally-abused/ Mosaic Online Threat Assessment Tool http://www.oprah.com/oprahshow/MOSAIC-Gavin-de-Beckers-Online-Threat-Assessment-Tool -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "NM Enterprise 7 - The Interview on Writing and Speaking" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q6lhnP1kiTw -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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Free Domestic Violence Program. "He Hit Me!"
http://www.hehitme.info FREE Domestic Violence Program: He Hit Me The 10-Week Conversation, Liz J. Simpson, wanted to manifest a platform to serve the needs of domestic violence victims/survivors and their supporters. It is a 10 part series that will air LIVE on Tuesdays at 7pm CST beginning May 12th. Domestic violence includes emotional, sexual and financial abuse-not just physical. So we will cover all four types in our intimate conversation. Liz will be joined weekly by guest experts that range from psychologists, social workers, professional speakers, domestic violence survivors and more. Due to the sensitive nature of the conversation and to protect participants who still might be battling domestic violence- you MUST REGISTER IN ADVANCE to receive each week's password-protected link to join the broadcast. Each week will end with a live Q&A and a replay of the broadcast will be sent to participants. There is also a private, facebook page exclusively designed for registrants to share their stories, support, empower & celebrate one another! DOMESTIC ABUSE HELP GUIDE http://www.helpguide.org/articles/abuse/domestic-violence-and-abuse.htm DOMESTIC VIOLENCE WIKIPEDIA http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Domestic_violence Liz J Simpson is the Self Discovery Diva: a transformational speaker, writer and life coach. She is a companion and guide for you on your path to self discovery. She is here to help you live a more purpose filled life and be the catalyst for your inner evolution.  VISIT MY WEBSITE: http://www.selfdiscoverydiva.com FOLLOW ME ON INSTAGRAM: https://instagram.com/selfdiscoverydiva/ FOLLOW ME ON TWITTER: https://twitter.com/mrslizjsimpson LIKE OUR FACEBOOK PAGE: https://www.facebook.com/SelfDiscoveryDiva SUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCmEMm0cDJPtemb9O2VDk6kA/feed?view_as=public
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LASG Unveils Short Code To Report Domestic Violence Cases |News Across Nigeria|
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Husband Moves Court in Domestic Violence Case || గృహ హింస చ‌ట్టం  కింద కోర్టుకు భ‌ర్త‌
Husband Moves Court in Domestic Violence Case || గృహ హింస చ‌ట్టం కింద కోర్టుకు భ‌ర్త‌ -- Watch Sakshi News, a round-the-clock Telugu news station, bringing you the first account of all the latest news online from around the world including breaking news, exclusive interviews, live reports, sports update, weather reports, business trends, entertainment news and stock market news. For latest news & updates : Subscribe : -- Subscribe us @ : http://goo.gl/wD6jKj Visit us @ http://www.sakshi.com/ Like us on https://www.facebook.com/Sakshinews Follow us on https://twitter.com/sakshinews
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Male Victims of Domestic Violence| Vlogstar Challenge 2019
*Please Watch With Subtitles On* Hi Everyone, For the Vlogstar Challenge, we had the opportunity of addressing a social issue or newspaper article that were passionate about. So a different video from the usual. Today I wanted to address a serious issue that sadly gets overlooked. I was especially taken away by the case of Alex Skeel who was is a survivor of domestic abuse. The hospital described him to be"10 days from death". In the past I've also read a few cases where men were dealing with this abuse but were afraid to speak in the fear of being ridiculed. You can read his story here: https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/8072126/domestic-abuse-jordan-worth-alex-skeel/https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/8072126/domestic-abuse-jordan-worth-alex-skeel/ I wrote a poem and due to the one minute requirement I had to say snippets in the video. However later I'd love to release the full poem. Special thanks to my Brother Devante for playing the role presented in my video. Also special thanks to Media Trust for giving young people new to vlogging and YouTube a voice to speak
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Link to Article -http://www.tmz.com/2018/08/03/xxxtentacion-domestic-violence-case-dropped-death/ R.I.P Jahseh Dwayne Ricardo Onfroy
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How To Stop Domestic Violence - Ways To End Crime
Go to: http://amospaulministry.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/amospaulministry How To Stop Domestic Violence - Ways To End Crime 16 Ways to Stop Domestic Violence in Your Community 16days.thepixelproject.net/16-ways-to-stop-domestic-violence-in-your Dec 4, 2013 - stop domestic violence The World Health Organisation (WHO)'s latest report on Violence Against Women that was released in June 2013 Domestic Violence and Abuse - Helpguide.org www.helpguide.org/articles/abuse/domestic-violence-and-abuse.htm Domestic violence and abuse can happen to anyone, yet the problem is often he physical assaults stopped when you became passive and gave up your How to Stop Domestic Violence - The New Republic how to stop domestic violence www.newrepublic.com/.../how-stop-domestic-violence-experts-offer Sep 14, 2014 - • Keep trying prevention programs, scale up the most promising ones, and study how well they work. • Make penalties for domestic violence consistent and firm. • Increase funding for support services. Change the way family courts handle cases involving domestic violence. • Help women to be economically independent. How To Stop Domestic Violence - Ways To End Crime How to Stop Domestic Violence – FindLaw family.findlaw.com Family Law › Domestic Violence Anyone can help stop domestic violence by taking these steps:• Call the police if you see or hear evidence of domestic violence. • Speak out publicly against domestic violence. • Maintain a healthy, respectful romantic relationship as a model for your children and others.6 more items Why Domestic Violence Occurs and How to Stop It | Lisa www.huffingtonpost.com/.../domestic-violence- how to stop domestic violence awareness_b_2000652.h Oct 22, 2012 - October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and with domestic violence on the rise, it is an important time to face this difficult issue. Domestic Violence - Stop Violence Against Women www.stopvaw.org/domestic_violence2 Domestic Violence, v ... Gender Violence Worldwide, Although Stop Violence Against Women endeavors to provide useful and accurate information, Stop What You Can Do To Stop Domestic/Sexual Violence ndvsac.org/get.../what-you-can-do-to-stop-domesticsexual-violence/ How To Stop Domestic Violence - Ways To End Crime What You Can Do To Stop Domestic/Sexual Violence. Millions of women each year are victims of domestic and sexual violence. Violence against women affects In the news Domestic violence: Sarah gives Alex a chance to stop his abusive behaviour – podcast special The Guardian‎ - 1 day ago Alex has a history of abusive behaviour towards Sarah, who he married last year. Sarah has given him one last how to stop domestic violence chance to prove he can reform. Domestic violence hotline faces spike in demand ABC Online‎ - 2 days ago Steelers cornerback William Gay continues his campaign against domestic violence USA TODAY‎ - 14 hours ago More news for how to stop domestic violence Personal Safety to Help Stop Domestic Violence and Date www.kidpower.org/library/article/stop-domestic-violence/ Most domestic violence, date rape, and other relationship assaults can be prevented or stopped through knowing and using relationship safety strategies and Preventing Domestic Violence - Child Welfare Information. How To Stop Domestic Violence - Ways To End Crime Searches related to how to stop domestic violence how can we stop domestic violence how to prevent domestic violence ways to stop domestic violence how to stop domestic violence a victim's guide how to stop domestic violence before it starts how to stop domestic violence in your relationship how to stop domestic violence charges stories of domestic violence https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bz5FqTa6rYc
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Working with LGBTQ Survivors of Domestic Violence or Intimate Partner Abuse
In this webinar, participants will learn how to provide culturally competent services, and what legal issues may be of particular relevance when working with LGBTQ survivors of domestic violence or intimate partner abuse, including LGBTQ parents. 1 hour of Elimination of Bias CLE. Presenters: Rebecca Louie, Bay Area Legal Aid Fawn Jade Koopman, Bay Area Legal Aid Ming Wong, National Center for Lesbian Rights To use this training for self-study MCLE credit, please complete the evaluation form on our website and submit it to [email protected] in order to receive certification for your self-study records. If you would like to support LAAC’s videos and keep this service free for the community, please donate! This webinar is intended to provide legal information, not legal advice for the purposes of training only practicing attorneys. The legal information in this webinar is not intended to be a substitute for seeking personalized legal advice from an attorney licensed to practice in your jurisdiction. Further, we do not intend to create an attorney-client relationship with any listener.
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The Vital Relevance of Femicide to Domestic Violence, by Diana E.H. Russell, PhD. (DianaRussell.com)
WEBSITE: http://www.dianarussell.com Please support at FACEBOOK, TWITTER & YOUTUBE: http://www.facebook.com/DianaEHRussell http://twitter.com/DianaEHRussell: http://youtube.com/DianaEHRussell VIDEO: The Origin & Importance of the Term Femicide - Diana E. H. Russell, Ph.D. http://youtu.be/fk9VNHYMOrE VIDEO: "Femicide & its Connections with Domestic Violence." Diana E. H. Russell, Ph.D. Speech & NOMAS Award http://youtu.be/XNXCx4HjWHg ARTICLE: The Origin & Importance of the Term Femicide http://dianarussell.com/origin_of_femicide.html ARTICLE: AIDS As Mass Femicide: Focus on South Africa http://dianarussell.com/aids_as_mass_femicide.html ARTICLE: The Rise of Femicide: Can Naming a Deadly Crime Help Prevent It? (by Aaron Schulman) http://www.tnr.com/femicide-guatemala-decree-22?page=0,0 SPEECH: Defining Femicide http://www.dianarussell.com/defining-femicide-.html SPEECH: Best Strategies to Advance the Global Struggle Against Femicide http://www.dianarussell.com/against-femicide.html SPEECH: "Femicide" -- The Power of a Name http://www.dianarussell.com/femicide_the_power_of_a_name.html FULL BOOK ONLINE: Femicide: The Politics of Woman Killing http://www.dianarussell.com/f/femicde%28small%29.pdf * VIDEO DESCRIPTION: - By Diana E. H. Russell, Ph.D. THE VITAL RELEVANCE OF FEMICIDE TO DOMESTIC VIOLENCE: This is a video of my speech at the first plenary session on femicide at the annual National Coalition on Domestic Violence (NCADV) in Denver, Colorado, in July 2012. Speeches by two others have been omitted. My goal was to urge the members of NCADV to adopt the term femicide. "Femicide" is the term that I first publicly advocated in 1976 to refer to the killing of females by males *because* they are female as a feminist alternative to the terms homicide and murder -- that invisibilize these lethal crimes. Just as the phrase "racist murders" -- as opposed to "racial" murders -- highlights the racism involved in some homicides, resulting in stiffer sentences for the perpetrators, adoption of the terms "femicide" and "intimate partner femicide" should mobilize activists to insist on laws to effect a similar result.. Although all who work in movements to combat domestic violence have included the murder of women by their partners in their conception of these crimes, calling them femicides would more effectively highlight these mens' misogynist motivation when they commit these hate crimes. When feminist activism in Chile resulted in the Government legislating against femicides, the number of intimate partner femicides decreased significantly because husbands and male partners felt fearful of being accused of committing femicide. It is important to recognize that femicides are also perpetrated by strangers, acquaintances, neighbors, employers, johns, and other family members. "Intimate partner femicides" are the most extreme form of domestic violence. They are also on the extreme end of a continuum of the sexist terrorization of women and girls including rape, torture, mutilation, sexual slavery, incestuous and extrafamilial child sexual abuse, and physical and emotional battery. Whenever these forms of terrorism result in death, they become femicides. This herstoric session of the NCADV devoted to "intimate partner femicide" will hopefully be the first of many more as this term is increasingly recognized as the powerful political organizing strategy that it has proven to be in many Latin America countries. * To learn more about femicide, please see the videos, articles & speeches linked to in this description. * BIO: Diana E. H. Russell has a Ph.D. from Harvard University and a Post-Graduate Diploma in Social Science at the London School of Economics (with distinction), and is a Professor Emerita of Sociology at Mills College in Oakland, California. She is one of the foremost experts on violence against women and girls in the world -- especially sexual violence. For the past 40 years she has been deeply engaged in pioneering research on these predominantly male-perpetrated crimes against females, and has authored, co-authored, edited, and/or co-edited 17 books and numerous articles, many of which have become authoritative sources on rape (including wife rape), incestuous abuse, the prevalence of these sexual crimes, femicide, and pornography. When Dr. Russell first heard the term "femicide" in 1974, she thought it would be a fitting new term for the misogynist killing of women. She subsequently co-authored testimony on femicide which she delivered at the International Tribunal on Crimes Against Women in Brussels in March 1976. This was the first time in the history of the second wave of the women's movement that this term had been used in public. Several years later, Dr. Russell co-edited two anthologies on femicide: Femicide: The Politics of Woman Killing (1992) - Co-edited by Jill Radford Femicide in Global Perspective (2001) - Co-edited by Roberta Harmes
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Power Breakfast: Newspaper review ,Rising cases  of domestic violence
Power Breakfast: Newspaper review , Rising cases of domestic violence Citizen TV is Kenya's leading television station commanding an audience reach of over 60% and in its over 12 years of existence as a pioneer brand for the Royal Media Services (RMS), it has set footprints across the country leaving no region uncovered. This is your ideal channel for the latest and breaking news, top stories, politics, business, sports, lifestyle and entertainment from Kenya and around the world. Follow us: http://citizentv.co.ke https://twitter.com/citizentvkenya https://www.facebook.com/Citizentvkenya https://plus.google.com/+CitizenTVKenya https://instagram.com/citizentvkenya
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Long Term Manifestations of Domestic Violence
An excellent article in the November 2013 issue of More Magazine reported that 25% of all women are victims of domestic violence. Two million women are injured annually by domestic violence, 25% require medical care, and 1300 die! Sixty percent of those going to emergency rooms are strangled and one in three lost consciousness. MDs and dentists generally do not consider domestic violence and only 27% of cases are screened and only 24% are asked during an exam about domestic violence as a possible cause for their injuries. The effects of chronic stress are profound and lead to prolonged levels of stress hormones that include cortisol, adrenalin, and nor-adrenalin that are responsible for a panopoly of chronic illnesses that include osteoporosis, type 2 diabetes, hypertension, heart attacks, strokes, and even changes in DNA! A study at UCSF showed that the ends of chromosomes, called telomeres, are shorten in this disease and lead to premature aging and shortened life span. Obviously it is important that elementary and high schools include courses on domestic violence if we're going to reduce the incidence of this terrible problem. For more information, please visit www.doctorsaputo.com
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Domestic Violence in Japan.
The hotline: 0120 - 279 338 ------ US EMBASSY SITE: http://japan.usembassy.gov/e/acs/tacs-resources-domestic.html ------ Articles about DV (as it's referred to by most Japanese): Domestic violence cases reported in Japan increase by 46% in 2012 http://japandailypress.com/domestic-violence-cases-reported-in-japan-increase-by-46-in-2012-136527 ---------- Might Japan's acquiescence to domestic violence be ending at last?http://www.japantimes.co.jp/opinion/2012/06/17/commentary/might-japans-acquiescence-to-domestic-violence-be-ending-at-last/#.UaK3g2RhR5I ------- Some history... this is 6 years old, but shows things are changing... Japan: Domestic Violence Prevention Act Amended http://www.hurights.or.jp/archives/newsinbrief-en/section1/2007/07/japan-domestic-violence-prevention-act-amended.html ------- I am ok now. - 今大丈夫だ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LBXttWbwAWM ---------- ►I enjoy posting on Instagram:◄ http://instagram.com/gimmeabreakman -- ►Language blog◄ http://maggiesensei.com -- ►Want to learn Japanese? Check out my friend Ken's online school.◄ Sign up for Ken's free weekly vids. http://www.japanesethroughanimeclass.com/member/go.php?r=1237&i=l0 -- ►My Facebook◄ https://www.facebook.com/Gimmeabreakman -- ►My blog◄ http://gimmeabreakman.com -- ►For J-students◄ http://tinyurl.com/Japanesemoronstudents -- ►For Flakers◄ http://tinyurl.com/jointhemoronarmy -- ►For 英会話 students:◄ http://tinyurl.com/actionteacher -- ►Google+◄ http://plus.google.com/u/1/107179585028915366136 -- ►My other channels◄ http://youtube.com/gimmeabreakman http://youtube.com/victorintheworld http://youtube.com/gimmeabonedog http://youtube.com/japanesefoodchannel http://youtube.com/partnerisland http://youtube.com/actionteacher -- ►Twitter◄ http://twitter.com/maggiesensei http://twitter.com/gimmeabreakman http://twitter.com/japanese4morons
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Spanish Press Coverage of Same-Sex Domestic Violence Cases
Introduction. Spanish media have covered several episodes of violence in same-sex couples in recent years. Reporting this phenomenon raises questions about how to approach a reality that was hidden until recently. Methodology. The aim of this article is to provide a content analysis of the information published in various Spanish newspapers between 2010 and 2015. Results. The results indicate that, while journalists have improved the treatment of gender violence, information on violence in gay couples evidence some similar features to those that dominated the news about violence against women during the early years. Conclusions. Thus, episodic coverage, sensationalism and description of cases as crimes of passion show that intragender violence is not addressed, for the moment, as a social problem but rather as a private matter.
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Inside the abusive mind of a wife basher (2015) | 60 Minutes Australia
One Australian woman is being killed at the hand of domestic violence every week, and those who survive are left with the most horrible physical and psychological scars. Some brave women have found the strength to speak out about their abuse, but too often the gutless perpetrators of domestic violence, either kill themselves or run a mile before they can be held to account. Not in this interview. Reporter: Tara Brown Producers: Gareth Harvey, Grace Tobin For forty years, 60 Minutes have been telling Australians the world’s greatest stories. Tales that changed history, our nation and our lives. Reporters Liz Hayes, Allison Langdon, Tara Brown, Charles Wooley, Liam Bartlett and Tom Steinfort look past the headlines because there is always a bigger picture. Sundays are for 60 Minutes. WATCH more of 60 Minutes Australia: https://www.60minutes.com.au LIKE 60 Minutes Australia on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/60Minutes9 FOLLOW 60 Minutes Australia on Twitter: https://twitter.com/60Mins FOLLOW 60 Minutes Australia on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/60minutes9
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Domestic violence: more people seek help
Last year, victim support centres in Switzerland responded to over 35,000 calls from people living in fear of domestic violence, more than double the number of reported cases from 15 years ago. It’s not clear whether the surge is due an increase in awareness or due to an escalation of this phenomenon. (SRF, swissinfo.ch) --- swissinfo.ch is the international branch of the Swiss Broadcasting Corporation (SBC). Its role is to report on Switzerland and to provide a Swiss perspective on international events. For more articles, interviews and videos visit swissinfo.ch or subscribe to our YouTube channel: Website: http://www.swissinfo.ch Channel: http://www.youtube.com/swissinfovideos Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=swissinfovideos
The Pulse - Child Abuse & Prevention
There are rising cases of child sexual abuse in the country from shelter homes, child protection agencies to our own homes, children are becoming vulnerable day by day. what are the reason behind the rising cases of sexul abuse against the children, how can we sensitise the children , parents , police , lawyers and doctors. Apart from child sexual abuse there are other forms of child abuse as well specially the one shappening in our homes which remain almost hidden . little do people know that mental harassment of children also maounts to child abuse. how can we prevent that . All this and much more on our episode of THE PULSE with specialists and victims coming face to face. Guest : NCPCR CHAIRPERSON, STUTI KAKER, CONSULTANT PSYCHAITRIST DR SANDEEP VOHRA , KUMAR SHAILABH CO DIRECTOR HAQ, CENTRE FOR CHILD RIGHTS, Alka Singh, Head and Policy Advocacy, Save The Children Foundation, Anchor : Neelu Vyas Producer : Mamta Siddhartha
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Databases: Finding Nursing Articles
This video will help you to locate scholarly articles on nursing topics such as nursing interventions for domestic violence cases.
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Knife reignites O.J. case drama: 'This is a story of domestic violence'
The sudden appearance of a knife on the property that used to be O.J. Simpson's Rockingham estate has people asking a lot of new questions about the old trial. Rolonda Watts, Jane Velez Mitchell and Lisa Bloom all covered the "trial of the century" extensively and they want others to remember how domestic violence played a significant role. Dr. Drew agrees, adding, "We need to revisit domestic violence over and over again. The fact that's not more of the conversation we're having about this case is sort of disturbing."
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MEN-HUSBANDS face Domestic Violence. Misuse of 498a DV Anti Rape laws-News Nation Hum Log 04Jun2015
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Students rally in support of Rumana Manzur: victim of domestic abuse
Website: http://rumana.givecentre.com Article: http://ubyssey.ca/news/ubc-rallies-in-support-of-blinded-student-rumana-monzur/ Videographer: Edward Budiman Reporter: Fabrizio Stendardo Editor: David Marino
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Domestic Violence: Nicole's Story
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more than 12 million Americans are victims of intimate partner violence annually. And thousands of deaths per year can be directly tied to intimate partner violence. Many women stay in abusive relationships because they feel they have no options. Nicole found the strength to leave - "I said okay God, is that what you want me to do?" If she hadn't left and found a local organization to provide support "I might probably be dead right now."
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Hearing On Domestic Violence And Child Abuse In The U.S. Military
March 08, 2018 C-SPAN News http://MOXNews.com Military Domestic Violence and Child Abuse The Senate Armed Services Subcommittee on Personnel held a hearing to discuss domestic violence and child abuse in military families. A panel of abuse survivors and an advocate testified about their legal, health care, and treatment experiences with the military, and made recommendations for what could be improved in order to better help survivors and prevent potential abuses. Also, a panel of clinical professionals and a Defense Department official discussed the issues from their perspectives. They also made recommendations as to where and by whom efforts could be made to address existing challenges and prevent future violence, abuse, and neglect. PLEASE DONATE TO MOX NEWS! For Paypal Tips Click Here! https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=MHT8PM5BPSVC8 NEW! My Patreon Page: https://www.patreon.com/moxnews My Bitcoin Wallet Is: 18atzCBj9zt7HgMnSYajcpGJwq8BipDcta
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How to file a Louisiana Petition for Protection from Abuse by Family Law Attorney Stephen Rue
How to File a Petition for Protection from Abuse in Louisiana by Family Law Attorney Stephen Rue who represents persons in cases regarding domestic abuse, domestic violence and domestic battery.
Thug Forces Girlfriend To EAT Photos Of Her Dead Relatives
ENews got the full story including all the horrific images of the Victim (Charlotte) abuse. Incl. The Picture of her abuser "Craig Thomas". We are sad to share this with you, but at the same time happy to shed some light on her abuse case. We recommend reading the story on Mirror.co.uk Website, since its too long for the Video Description. Footage Credits: Mirror.co.uk ------------------------------------ Article by Mirror.co.uk ------------------------------------ Read the Full Story on Mirror.co.uk: https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/woman-forced-eat-photos-dead-12832173 Craig Thomas, A Vile thug forced his girlfriend to EAT photos of her dead relatives in 'one of worst ever abuse cases' Damning report reveals missed opportunities to stop the abuse of Charlotte Rooks who was also beaten with hammers and made to sleep standing naked. The Reports revealed widespread failings in how police handled "one of the worst ever cases" of domestic abuse. Charlotte Rooks was subjected to months of torture and was forced to eat pictures of her dead loved ones, beaten with hammers and made to sleep naked standing up. In 2013, Craig Thomas was jailed for 10 years after locking his then-partner in his Cardiff flat while she was pregnant.Judge Neil Bidder QC labelled this “one of the worst cases of domestic abuse” he had ever encountered. Charlotte previously spoke out about her harrowing experience to Wales Online , describing how she was forced to urinate in a mop bucket and wanted to die at one of her lowest points. Now, a shocking report has shown a number of missed opportunities which could have stopped Charlotte's torment months before she escaped. The Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) has revealed how police: - Visited the flat where Charlotte was trapped several times after tip-offs from members of the public - Failed to grasp the full horror of the victim's enduring ordeal - Failed to arrest her tormentor until she finally managed to escape through her own daring - And failed to properly conduct their own internal investigations into mistakes made. Following its publication South Wales Police have issued a "sincere apology" and admitted that the victim was let down by them. Wales Online has reported the timeline of errors made over a twelve month period below. The first police visit after screams are heard (May 22, 2013) On Wednesday, May 22, 2013 a member of the public reported hearing the sound of a woman screaming at Charlotte’s home in Cardiff. The witness also told police they had recently seen Charlotte and that she was visibly bruised. Two officers attended the home - identified in the report as PC A and PC B. They concluded the couple had been having loud sex. In fact Thomas had been brutally beating Charlotte. The officers did not attempt to speak to Charlotte in a separate room to her alleged attacker, despite it being their policy to do so. They failed to even record the names of Charlotte and Thomas so other officers would know if similar incidents happened. Charlotte even tried to tip the officers off by saying it was her baby that had been heard. They did not pick up on the hint that she didn’t have a baby. In the report the investigator said there was “insufficient evidence” to charge the officers with misconduct but South Wales Police said that the actions “fell below the standard expected and that their performance was unsatisfactory”. The report also found that the officer's supervisor, PC J, “fell below the standard expected” by not questioning why a more thorough investigation was undertaken. PC J has since left the force. ----------------------------- Music Credits ----------------------------- Music in the Beginning: Darkness Speaks Darkness Speaks by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative ommons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100364 Artist: http://incompetech.com/ Music at the End By: Twin Musicom - Precipice Precipice by Twin Musicom is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution licence (https://creativecommons.org/licensesby/4.0/) Artist: http://www.twinmusicom.org/ -------------------- Disclaimer: -------------------- This video is published based on "Fair Use". Some Graphics within the video might be for illustrative and imaginary purposes only, that does not depict the reality. Videos from 3rd Parties will always be credited!
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Press Conference: Study Concludes Male Victims Suffer Severe Effects of Domestic Violence
CAFE held press conferences in Edmonton, Toronto and Montreal, to report on a ground-breaking publication released April 15, 2019, which is challenging conventional wisdom on domestic violence in several significant ways. Full info at https://equalitycanada.com/2014gss/ MEDIA ADVISORY – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Male Victims of Domestic Violence Suffer Severe Effects, Canadian Study Reports TORONTO, ON – (April 15, 2019) Three Canadian sociologists are reporting on previously overlooked Statistics Canada data that fundamentally contradicts conventional wisdom on domestic violence, in particular by showing that men and women are equally likely to be victims, including of severe forms of violence. The Canadian Association for Equality (CAFE), a charity that works with male victims, will host a press conference to discuss the report and its implications, this Thursday, April 18th in Toronto, Montreal and Edmonton. Details are provided below. The groundbreaking article “Prevalence and Consequences of Intimate Partner Violence in Canada as Measured by the National Victimization Survey: Focus on Male Victims” was published today (April 15, 2019) in the journal Partner Abuse. Authors Alexandra Lysova (SFU), Donald Dutton (UBC) and Emeka Dim (University of Saskatchewan) report conclusions, based on the 2014 Canadian General Social Survey, that in many cases challenge traditional perceptions of domestic violence: 1. Both male and female victims reported severe forms of domestic violence at alarming rates. 2. Gender was not a factor in whether an individual suffered long-term mental health effects of domestic violence, including experiencing PTSD-related symptoms. 3. The victim’s gender profile was only a relevant factor at the most extreme end of physical violence. “We strongly support the intervention programs and victim support services that have been built for women over the years,” said Justin Trottier, Executive Director of CAFE. “At the same time, men also suffer severe abuse with serious consequences for them and their children. It is appropriate that some resources be focused on that population.” Canada has done a good job of creating systems and services to serve abused women and children with 627 shelters for abused women in Canada. We need to leverage this expertise and begin to build services for male victims and their children. CAFE receives calls from over 400 men each year desperately searching for a safe haven and is working to open Toronto’s first shelter for abused men and children. Male victimization is an under-explored phenomenon and Canada must invest in research specifically on the unique experiences of male victims. CAFE is conducting a federally funded research project “Male Homelessness as a Consequence of Domestic Abuse,” which has surveyed 250 homeless men concerning their experiences linking male homelessness and domestic abuse. The results will be published in May 2019. It is time that agencies from across the sector come together on campaigns to broaden public awareness,” said Trottier. “All victims, regardless of gender, need the support of friends and family who have a modern understanding for the many faces of domestic violence.” PRESS CONFERENCE DETAILS TORONTO Speakers: Dr. Alexandra Lysova, publication co-author Miles Markovic, survivor of a 24 year long abusive relationship Justin Trottier, CAFE Executive Director Day/Time: Thursday, April 18th at 10:00 AM Eastern Time Location: Canadian Centre for Men and Families 201 – 2 Homewood Ave., Toronto, ON, M4Y2J9 MONTREAL Speakers: Dr. Alexandra Lysova, publication co-author Sadia Groguhé, Coordinator, La Maison Oxygène Quentin Lebreton, Social Worker, Carrefour Familial Alice, a female perpetrator of domestic violence Daniel Bonin, Montreal Branch Director, CAFE Day/Time: Thursday, April 18th at 11:00 AM Eastern Time Location: Maison Oxygène Montréal 1660 Pie-IX Blvd, Montreal, QC, H1V 2C5 EDMONTON Day/Time: Thursday, April 18th at 11:00 AM Mountain Time Location: #201 10123 157 St., Edmonton, AB, T5P 2T9 Speakers: Dr. Alexandra Lysova, publication co-author Tom Matty, survivor of domestic violence Dr. Michael Sean McMurtry, Edmonton Branch Director, CAFE CONTACT Justin Trottier Executive Director, Canadian Association for Equality [email protected] 416-402-8856 The Canadian Association for Equality is committed to achieving equality for all Canadians, regardless of sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, family status, race, ethnicity, creed, age or disability. -30-
Russia's first survey to find out the scale of LGBT domestic violence
(1 Aug 2018) LEADIN: The first ever Russia-wide online survey about domestic violence in LGBT relationships has been launched. Rights groups believe that taboos associated with being gay or transgender in Russia mean that people in need of help aren't doing so for fear of persecution. STORYLINE: It's a first in Russia - a study about domestic violence in gay relations. The goal of the survey is to identify the scale of the problem and to raise awareness of it in society and in the LGBT community itself, as well as to encourage victims of domestic violence to apply for help. The survey has three sets of questions: first one is to identify if any cases of domestic violence take place in the relationship, the second set of questions is to see if the respondent ever applied for help in such situations, and final set which is optional, asks for identity and contact details for further communication. The survey covers both physical violence and other types of abuse in relations, such as psychological, sexual, financial, informational, reproductive, neglect - a kind of passive abuse that is characterized by disregard for the physical well-being of a partner. Activists of the Yekaterinburg centre say that people who suffer from beatings or insults from their partner often do not seek help for the fear of disclosing their sexual orientation. Being gay in Russia is not easy and in many parts of society is seen as a taboo. Viktor (whose name has been changed to conceal his identity) explains that he was in an abusive relationship and it didn't occur to him that he should leave. He says: "It did not even occur to me then that I could go somewhere for help. Moreover, every time I thought of going to a psychologist, every time I thought of how I would go, and how would I introduce myself. I have one name in my passport. While I identify myself differently, I am going through a transgender transition, how can I talk about it at all?" The centre is convinced that this is a serious problem, not a single case of domestic violence. People in same-sex relations are scared of being insulted even more or mocked at if they apply to the police or even simply go to a psychologist. Anna Plyusnina, legal adviser at Yekaterinburg LGBT Resource Centre says that there are very few LGBT people who apply for help in difficult situations, while they occasionally refer to a psychologist, still less people use any legal methods of fighting the problem. She explains that "they are afraid, first of all, that in the police itself or in the prosecutor's office or in other state bodies they will be insulted, that the fact that they are in such (homosexual) relations or are part of this (LGBT) community, will become known, that is, people will learn about them at work, at the institute, their parents will know, while they kept it secret, and they will feel even worse". At present, there are no dedicated shelters for gay people in Yekaterinburg. There is one private, one state and several Orthodox resource centers in the city that provide shelter for people in a difficult life situations. Mostly their clients are women with children and single women, including those seeking help in cases of domestic violence. According to the psychologist of one of the centers, there are cases of violence in same-sex families, and they are as destructive for their participants as in ordinary families, but no one addressed them with such requests so far. Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork Twitter: https://twitter.com/AP_Archive Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/APArchives Google+: https://plus.google.com/b/102011028589719587178/+APArchive​ Tumblr: https://aparchives.tumblr.com/​​ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/APNews/ You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/28cdb622874b776928b4dca2fdf27677
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Chilling Accounts of Aja Johnson's Killer Lester Hobbs, History Domestic Violence - Oklahoma
UPDATE: Sept 30, 2010. Aja Johnson's Killing Prompts Child Welfare Scrutiny; Prosecutors say Child Welfare Workers Often Don't Work Well with Local Law Enforcment http://newsok.com/aja-johnsons-killing-prompts-child-welfare-scrutiny/article/3499980 and at http://mcalesternews.com/local/x1864895889/Girl-s-killing-prompts-child-welfare-scrutiny 5.27.2010. OKDHS Yolanda Hunter, caseworker on both Kelsey Briggs + Aja Johnson cases, retiring. $625K Settlement reached in Briggs case. "She didn't care about the kids," said J.J. Johnson. "She didn't care about nobody. It was just a job. She was there to collect a check every month and that was it." A preliminary autopsy report reveals Aja Johnson died a horrific, violent death. There were between 4 and 5 cuts on the left side of Aja Johnsons neck; parts of her spine were exposed. These were cuts, not tears, indicating that they were more than likely made with a sharp object, rather than exposure to the elements. No cuts were found on her clothing. Ajas left hand, lower right leg, and right foot were not present when her body was found. http://www.examiner.com/x-32312-Amber-Alerts-Examiner~y2010m4d6-Amber-Alerts-update-Aja-Johnson-autopsy-report-released-pdf ME Autopsy Report: http://s3.amazonaws.com/content.newsok.com/documents/a5ajame.pdf March 31, 2010. Ex wife of Lester Hobbs speaks out about Hobbs violence and charm. For the first time, we hear one woman's chilling account of her 13-year marriage to Lester Hobbs. He's the man accused of kidnapping and killing 7-year-old Aja Johnson. authorities towed away the car that Hobbs allegedly used to abduct the girl. They believe he also killed himself inside this vehicle. Hobbs' ex-wife said her testimony put Hobbs in prison several years ago. She said he'd abused her for years and he told her that if he ever went to prison for it, he'd hunt her down and kill her; as soon as Hobbs and Aja went missing this woman went into hiding. "I knew he was out there somewhere," Sherrill Campbell said. She was convinced he was in a place the two of them knew very well. Campbell lived there with him for 13 years, less than a mile from where the car was found. It was an end no one wanted and an end Sherrill is convinced she was almost a part of after Lester's family called authorities. "The police department in Norman called me and told me that one of his family members had called and said they were afraid for my life," she said. "[They] said he had just killed somebody and was coming to hunt for me." She says she'll never forget the abuse she suffered for more than a decade with Hobbs. "He beat me with extension cords and held a machete to the back of my neck," Sherrill said. "I was in fear of my life. The last thing he told me when I saw him in prison was that he was going to hunt me down and kill me." She is still in hiding and still trying to come to terms with what happened. "A sense of relief, but I'm still trying to process it, because it's hard to believe that somebody that crazy is dead," she said. "To all the women out there, beware of men that try to pick you up that put on a perfect persona, because he was the type of man that would charm you off your feet and then he would start beating your a** and then he'd take your children and abuse your children." More stories on link: http://www.kfor.com/news/local/kfor-news-hobbs-exwife-speaks-story,0,3501565.story Lester Hobbs' Family Speaks Out http://www.koco.com/video/22760187/index.html Under subpoena, killer Lester Hobbs kin finally reveal past of threats. "There was some unusual conduct that raised some red flags for the OSBI, so they requested the polygraphs to clear up a few matters, Smith said. "They initially agreed to take the polygraph tests, but then failed to show up. Then they refused ... at that point OSBI began to see them as uncooperative. "Basically, we wanted to gather some general information so we could exclude them from aiding and abetting in that crime. The questioning lasted six hours. Smith learned that Hobbs had not only threatened at various times to kill his estranged wife and Ajas mother, Tonya LeAnn Hobbs, and her children but also his brother, Buck Hobbs. Those threats preceded a Jan. 23 family dinner at Andersons house that included Lester Hobbs. Aja also was at the dinner. "The strange thing is all these people are now gathered in one place down in Geronimo, Smith said. "Whos invited to dinner? Buck. Who comes down from Oklahoma City? Tonya. It was like pouring gasoline on the fire. The day after that family dinner, Anderson found the bludgeoned body of Tonya Hobbs in Lester Hobbs trailer home. Lester Hobbs, Aja and Tonya Hobbs 1992 white Toyota Paseo also were gone. http://www.newsok.com/under-subpoena-oklahoma-killer-lester-hobbs-kin-finally-reveal-past-of-threats/article/3450836?
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Domestic Violence Virginia Definition-Charges-Laws-Attorney
http://fairfax-virginialaws.com https://sites.google.com/site/srislawgroup/ 888-437-7747 http://fairfax-virginialaws.com/disclaimer1/ Domestic Violence Virginia Definition-Charges-Laws-Attorney The following is an FAQ regarding domestic violence in Virginia. What is domestic violence in Virginia? Domestic violence per the Virginia domestic violence laws are stated in 18.2-57.2, is any type of physical violence against a family member. The Virginia domestic violence law 18.2-57.2 provides the definition of family members in Virginia. The Virginia domestic violence law also states the penalties for a first offense domestic violence charge in Virginia, a 2nd offense domestic violence charge in Virginia and a 3rd offense domestic violence charge in Virginia. Keep in mind a 3rd offense domestic violence charge in Virginia is a felony. Domestic Violence Virginia Definition-Charges-Laws-Attorney § 18.2-57.2. Assault and battery against a family or household member; penalty. A. Any person who commits an assault and battery against a family or household member is guilty of a Class 1 misdemeanor. B. Upon a conviction for assault and battery against a family or household member, where it is alleged in the warrant, petition, information, or indictment on which a person is convicted, that such person has been previously convicted of two offenses against a family or household member of (i) assault and battery against a family or household member in violation of this section, (ii) malicious wounding or unlawful wounding in violation of § 18.2-51, (iii) aggravated malicious wounding in violation of § 18.2-51.2, (iv) malicious bodily injury by means of a substance in violation of § 18.2-52, (v) strangulation in violation of § 18.2-51.6, or (vi) an offense under the law of any other jurisdiction which has the same elements of any of the above offenses, in any combination, all of which occurred within a period of 20 years, and each of which occurred on a different date, such person is guilty of a Class 6 felony. C. Whenever a warrant for a violation of this section is issued, the magistrate shall issue an emergency protective order as authorized by § 16.1-253.4, except if the defendant is a minor, an emergency protective order shall not be required. D. The definition of “family or household member” in § 16.1-228 applies to this section. The definition of family abuse in domestic violence cases in Virginia is the following: “Family abuse” means any act involving violence, force, or threat that results in bodily injury or places one in reasonable apprehension of death, sexual assault, or bodily injury and that is committed by a person against such person’s family or household member. Such act includes, but is not limited to, any forceful detention, stalking, criminal sexual assault in violation of Article 7 (§ 18.2-61 et seq.) of Chapter 4 of Title 18.2, or any criminal offense that results in bodily injury or places one in reasonable apprehension of death, sexual assault, or bodily injury.
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