Domestic Violence Intervention Project

Established in 1991, the Domestic Violence Intervention Project (DVIP) aims to increase the safety of women and children who experience domestic violence. DVIP takes a unique and innovative approach to domestic violence prevention by providing several connected services including a programme directly targeting perpetrators, a women’s support services programme aimed at both victims and partners, supervised services for children, and an Arabic-language outreach programme on domestic violence through Imams and mosques in local communities.

Grant History

2008-2012: £360,000

Located in United Kingdom
Working in United Kingdom
Programmes Women's Rights