The Child and Woman Abuse Studies Unit has completed over 100 research and evaluation projects - here are just a few examples:
- the largest study in the UK analysing reporting of rape and the attrition of rape cases.;
- an evaluation of a programme for domestic violence perpetrators;
- a review of current practice on sex offender registration and community notification, funded by several national children's charities;
- (with colleagues from three other UK universities) a study investigating children's understandings and experiences of domestic violence, funded by the ESRC;
- the first contemporary investigation of trafficking of women into the UK for the purposes of sexual exploitation, funded by the Home Office;
- a self training manual on violence against women, funded by the Council of Europe Police and Human Rights Programme;
- an overview of sexual exploitation of children in Europe, funded by the European Commission's STOP programme;
- a study of attrition in reported rape cases in Europe, funded by the European Commission's DAPHNE programme;
- a review of research on the investigation and prosecution of rape cases, commissioned by the Crown Prosecution Service Inspectorate.
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