To drive change for victim-survivors, we are committed to learning from and contributing to the growing evidence base on economic abuse.
The evidence base on economic abuse and the negative economic impact of domestic violence more broadly has expanded over the past ten years. Our research library brings together evidence from the UK and around the world to help develop understanding of economic abuse.
Our team undertakes original research with victim-survivors of economic abuse and contributes to the growing evidence base on economic abuse in the UK. Our research informs our campaigning and policy influencing. It also provides the public with a vital insight into the scale and impact of economic abuse. Read our research and reports below.
Our housing policy officer, Steph Orr, worked on the following chapters to DAHA’s Whole Housing Toolkit:
Evaluating our projects and training is a vital part of our growth as a charity. Evaluation not only helps us measure the impact of our work, but also provides us with new data about economic abuse and the community response. This information informs new projects, partnerships and more.
Take a look at our project evaluations below.
We have a number of concise fact sheets that offer insights into the scale and effects of economic abuse in the U.K.
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