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Drive Partnership celebrates new funding to transform the national response to perpetrators of domes

The Drive Partnership has been awarded £2.3 million by The National Lottery Community Fund to continue its work tackling domestic abuse and protecting victim-survivors by disrupting, challenging, and changing the behaviour of those who are causing harm.

This major 3-year grant will primarily support The Drive Partnership’s national systems change programme, which identifies systemic gaps in responses to domestic abuse and brings together the insights of victim-survivors, service users, practitioners, specialist organisations, researchers, and policy makers to develop sustainable solutions.

The funding will also enable The Drive Partnership to embark on a new programme of work which will involve building partnerships with specialist ‘by-and-for’ organisations to jointly develop improved responses to perpetrators of domestic abuse within minoritised and marginalised communities. These partnerships will aim to address a lack of specialist provision for racialised communities and for LGBT+ communities, as well as cultural competency within mainstream services, by collaborating and co-developing new approaches to perpetrators of domestic abuse.

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