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New work on APVA draws attention to links with sibling abuse and bullying.

In my own book, Child to Parent Violence and Abuse: a Practitioner’s Guide to Working with Families, I included examples of how different individuals had sought to “make real” the issue of data, and prevalence of CPVA for their own work and that of other practitioners and policy makers. Elizabeth McCloud had spoken to me at a conference some years earlier about the project she was undertaking, and she is one of the people referenced in my work. So I was thrilled to hear that her research was completed, and available to all. My one regret is that I did not find the time to read this earlier.

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Young People’s Use of Violence in Close Relationships

Whether you are involved in the field of parent abuse, or work with young people in other arenas such as relationship violence or bullying, the Respect National Practitioners Seminars are a brilliant opportunity to learn more, network and pick up some tips and resources.

The next event, the 6th National seminar, is scheduled for Wednesday 4th July and is to be held at Haringey Civic Centre in north London from 10.00am to 4.30pm.

Put the date in your diary now. If you are interested in leading a workshop or talking about your experience in work, you are invited to submit your details before the end of the month, as the programme for the day is being drawn up. Full details can be found here.

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