In December, Prof Ben Hine, senior lecturer in psychology at the University of West London, gave a presentation at UCL asking a series of challenging questions about societal perceptions of domestic violence. You can see the full talk here.
Last week it was reported that more than one in three domestic violence victims are men, despite this policy remains primarily focused on female victims and male perpetrators. Here one man gives his insight into being a counsellor with the Duluth Model perpetrator programme, which casts domestic violence as a product of patriarchy and sees perpetrators as almost exclusively male.
The former darts world champion, Eric Bristow has lost his role with Sky Sports after suggesting that the footballers speaking out about being victims of childhood sexual abuse are not “proper men”.