Call It Out

A year-long project aiming to improve access to domestic abuse services for LGBT+ people across South Yorkshire.

Resources

Call It Out Resources

Factsheet: Key Definitions and Terminology

 

1 page .pdf resource including:

 

  • Domestic Abuse definition
  • Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Terms

Factsheet: LGBT+ and the law: A guide for service providers

 

2 page .pdf resource including:

 

  • Who is and isn’t protected under the Equality Act 2010
  • Single sex exemptions
  • Other legislation
  • Best practice

Factsheet: Challenging our thinking as Practitioners around LGBT+ Domestic Abuse

 

2 page .pdf resource including:

 

  • Common myths and facts about LGBT+ experiences of domestic abuse
  • Barriers for LGBT+ accessing services
  • How professionals can address some of these issues

PowerPoint: Call It Out South Yorkshire LGBT+ Conference presentations

 

73 slide .pptx resource including:

 

  • Raising awareness about DVA in the relationships of LGB and/or T+ people, Prof Catherine Donavon, Durham University
  • Trans and non-binary people, domestic violence and abuse (DVA) and cisgenderism, Dr Michaela Rogers, University of Sheffield
  • Recognise & Respond: Strengthening advocacy for LGBT survivors of domestic abuse, Dr Jasna Magic, Galop

Other Links & Resources

Galop: LGBT+ people’s experiences of domestic abuse

 

36 page.pdf resource

A report on Galop’s domestic abuse advocacy service by Dr Jasna Magić and Peter Kelley

Stonewall: Supporting trans women in domestic and sexual violence services – Interviews with professionals in the sector

 

31 page.pdf resource including:

  • Responding to requests for support
  • Supporting trans survivors
  • Engaging staff and other service users
  • Understanding the law

The Supernova Project

 

Website

The Supernova Project is a global effort that aims to contribute to addressing abuse within the LGBTQIA+  communities*. They want to empower queer and trans people around the world who are experiencing domestic abuse by providing a queer friendly platform of information and support.

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