Useful links

What is domestic violence and how to identify it:

Abuse in queer relationships

One Love - defining relationship violence:

A Quick summary of 1O important signs of abusive behaviour:

How to identify child abuse and neglect:

Guidance from the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children in the UK:

How to identify manipulative situations and people, & how to deal with them:Crowdsourced by survivors

Information about exiting abusive relationships:

Help your friend find resources to get out of the relationship

Online counselling and chatroom for emotional support provided by non-professionals

How to stay safe when online: DIY Online Privacy Guide - Basic

How to stay safe when online: DIY Online Privacy Guide - Advanced

How To Build Your Own Domestic Violence Case Without A Lawyer

Many Thanks to Cagne Sciolte

This guide came about through a series of collective discussions in the ‘Cagne Sciolte’, a social centre in Rome, Italy, which runs a research centre against gender-based and same-sex violence. The Cagne Sciolte group made the decision to dedicate parts of their general assemblies and internal workshops to identify the best practices that can be used in daily life when dealing with a violent relationship. This was later remixed by many volunteers from Chayn.

It would be impossible to list all the volunteers who have helped out with the guide in some way or the other but special thanks goes to Paula, Zoe, Jenny Louise, Nooreen, Saheli, Kristin and Chayn Italia who have put a lot of effort into making this happen.

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