Independent longitudinal evaluation of DAHA Accreditation (2021)

Joanne Bretherton, Research Fellow at the Centre for Housing Policy at the University of York is leading on this evaluation which will investigate the advantages of DAHA accreditation, demonstrate the differences that accreditation makes to women’s lives and look at the cost effectiveness for housing providers. The final report is due for publication in 2021.

 

Justice, housing and domestic abuse, the experiences of homeowners and private renters (2019)

DAHA and Surviving Economic Abuse commissioned this report from the University of Bristol to draw on data collected as part of the ESRC-funded project, Justice, Inequality and Gender-Based Violence. The final briefing reveals the extent of domestic abuse for homeowners and private renters and their experiences with the criminal justice system.

 

Safe at Home: Homelessness and domestic abuse (2018)

DAHA co-founder Kelly Henderson authored this report with Safe Lives which discusses domestic abuse and its link to
homelessness, with a particular focus on survivors of domestic
abuse who are chronically homeless.

 

The role of housing in a coordinated community
response to domestic abuse (2018)

For her PhD at Durham University, Kelly Henderson researched and wrote her thesis on the role of housing in a coordinated community response with particular reference to perpetrators. 

 

Winston Churchill Fellowship - Domestic Abuse and Housing: international practice and perspectives (2017)

DAHA co-founder Gudrun Burnet was awarded the prestigious Winston Churchill fellowship in 2016 and travelled to USA, Canada and Australia to learn about international practices around domestic abuse. 

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