From 'Rights to Action' : practitioners' perceptions of the needs of children experiencing domestic violence

@inproceedings{Clarke2015FromT,
  title={From 'Rights to Action' : practitioners' perceptions of the needs of children experiencing domestic violence},
  author={Alan Clarke and Sarah Wydall},
  year={2015}
}
Not only has research over the past decade documented the emotional and behavioural consequences for children who witness domestic violence, but a number of studies have used children as participants thus, giving them an opportunity to describe their experiences in their own words. In policy terms, there has been a growing emphasis on children's rights and the importance and understanding of children's perspectives on their own lives. Consequently, children can no longer be perceived as… CONTINUE READING

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