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Transforming responses to economic abuse

One in five women in the UK has experienced economic abuse by a current or former partner in the past 12 months. Economic abuse rarely happens in isolation; it normally happens alongside other forms of domestic abuse.

If you are in immediate danger, call the police on 999.

General Election Manifesto

This year’s General Election is a once-in-every-five-years opportunity to pave the way for much-needed change. We need all politicians to listen to economic abuse victim-survivors and act.


What is economic abuse?

Economic abuse is a legally recognised form of domestic abuse. It often takes place in the context of intimate partner violence. It involves the control of a partner or ex-partner’s money, finances and things that money can buy, such as clothing, transport, food and a place to live.


Trigger warning: The following video contains scenes that some viewers may find distressing.

 

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The effects of economic abuse can last a lifetime, with some women never free of the abuser’s control. Your support can help us to save lives and stop economic abuse forever.


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