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The Invisible Groups

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Fortalice Limited

on 17 November 2017

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Transcript of The Invisible Groups

The Invisible

* Immigration / access to benefits
* Stay longer
* Multiple perpetrators
* Suicide risk
* Language and culturally appropriate services
* Isolation / Marginalisation
* Shame / Honour
16-25 year olds
People with disabilities
* 50% of disabled women have experienced
* Disabled women are twice as likely to be assaulted or raped as non-disabled women.
* Both men and women with a limiting illness
or disabilities are more likely to experience dva.
* Disabled women are likely to have to endure
it for longer because appropriate support is
not available.
* 1 in 6 men experience dva
Silent and stay due to:
* Love, children, marriage
* Belief that they will change (56%)
* Finances (53%)
* Where will I go? (52%)
* Embarrassed
* Threats to kill / herself

* Fear of outing
* LGBT association of abuse
* Isolation
* Male violence high
* Misunderstanding of relationship

 27% of teenage girls aged 13-17 had experienced
sexual violence

 40% of teenage girls would consider giving their boyfriend
another chance if he hit them

 One third said that cheating justified the use of violence

 One in seven young men thought it could be OK
for a man to force a woman to have sex if they had ‘been going out for a long time’
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