Government consultation on domestic violence

Published: 24 January 2012

The Government has launched a consultation on whether it should make some changes to the way it defines ‘domestic violence’, and whether there is a consistent understanding of the definition across all government departments.

Mothers' Union will be sending in a response to this consultation and would like your opinions, as an individual or a group. There are just 10 short questions. If you are able to take part, please answer any questions you can but don’t feel obliged to answer any you are unsure about. Please encourage others to take part.

You can answer the questions online here. The deadline is 2 March.

Alternatively, download a paper version of the survey below and return to Rachel Aston, Social Policy Officer, Mary Sumner House, 24 Tufton Street, London SW1P 3RB to arrive by 3 March.

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