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DVIP Joins Richmond Fellowship

Today, the Domestic Violence Intervention Project (DVIP) announced that it has joined the Recovery Focus Group as a division of its largest partner, Richmond Fellowship. For over 25 years, DVIP has delivered vital services and actively campaigned to end violence against women and girls. Today the London-based charity continues to provide essential services to hold […]

New DVIP Chief Executive Announced

Dr Marianna Tortell has been appointed as the new Chief Executive of DVIP. She will take over leadership of the organisation when Ben Jamal leaves in October to take on a new challenge after ten years at DVIP. Ellen Storrar, Chair of DVIP, said: We are delighted to have appointed Marianna as DVIP’s new Chief […]

Head of Services, Liz Ostrowski speaks on BBC Radio 4, Women’s Hour

Liz discusses coercive control and our violence prevention programme 6th November, London Men & Masculinities Substance Misuse and Aggression Programme Report Launch Join us on Friday 6th?November for the Cranstoun and DVIP launch of the Men and Masculinities  substance misuse and aggression programme report. This new report captures the learning from our pilot programme which […]

DVIP achieves Respect re-accreditation

DVIP is delighted to be one of the first organisations to be awarded re-accreditation by Respect. We successfully demonstrated that we continue to meet the rigorous requirements needed to deliver a Respect accredited service to domestic abuse perpetrators and victims. This means our services and processes are safety led, effectively designed to assess and manage […]

New Research Effectiveness of Perpetrator Programmes in stopping Domestic Violence and Abuse

Today sees the release of the Mirabal research project, a five year study led by Professors Liz Kelly and Nicole Westmoreland. The research, which is the most extensive investigation undertaken in the UK into the efficacy of domestic violence perpetrator programmes, shows: Most men who complete a Respect accredited domestic violence perpetrator programme (DVPP) stop […]