Statistical Data on Intimate Partner Violence
The information was last updated in 2013 and may not accurately represent the present situation. It makes a reference to the United Kingdom as a member of the European Union and was published before the UK's withdrawal from the European Union on the 31 January 2020.
This paper surveys the kinds of tatistical data from which the proportion of men and women as perpetrators and victims of intimate partner violence can be inferred. It identifies three types of data: data coming from human service providers, representative surveys and criminal statistics. It also discuss some of the consequences of this information when designing interventions to combat intimate partner violence.
Relation: NANE Women’s Rights Association and OKIT (National Crisis Intervention and Information Hotline)
Stop Male Violence Project