Emotional abuse

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06 Jun 2022 - Scottish Government
A call for evidence to inform the development of a new funding model for violence against women and girls services in Scotland.  
16 Mar 2022 - BBC News
A five-year-old boy who was found dead in a river was made to stand on a step with his hands on a banister if he misbehaved, a court has heard.
21 Dec 2021 - Independent Office for Police Conduct
Child sexual abuse and exploitation can cause lifelong physical and emotional trauma to survivors, their families and to the many other people impacted by it. Abuse can happen within families, can be inflicted by acquaintances or people in positions...
10 Nov 2021 - Belfast Telegraph
A stepmother accused of cruelly abusing, poisoning and murdering a six-year-old boy has told a jury she blamed the child for problems in her increasingly troubled relationship with his father.
22 Jul 2021 - The Irish Examiner
NUI Galway's Irish Centre for Human Rights has published secondary school teaching materials on Ireland’s institutional abuses, which have been created with survivors and school teachers, pupils, activists and artists
06 Jul 2021 - BBC News
The compensation process for survivors of historical institutional abuse in Northern Ireland is set to be reviewed. First Minister Paul Givan and Deputy First Minister Michelle O'Neill made the announcement about the HIA redress scheme on Monday.
25 May 2021 - MedRxiv
Importance COVID-19 public health mitigation measures are likely to have detrimental effects on emotional and behavioural problems in children. However, longitudinal studies with pre-pandemic data are scarce. Objective To explore trajectories of...
22 Mar 2021 - Public Health England
The proportion of children living with at least one parent reporting symptoms of emotional distress, by family type and work status.
25 Jan 2021 - BBC News
The NSPCC says referrals about children living with domestic abuse has increased by 30% during the pandemic.
21 Jan 2021 - Office for National Statistics
Findings from the first phase of research to date, to understand whether a new survey to measure the current extent and nature of child abuse in the UK is viable.