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Re: domestic abuse and divorce

just another link that might help,

http://neu.bif-frauenberatung.ch/wordpress/sprachen/english-englisch/

best of luck..
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There are some really good things coming out of all of this Globally e.g:

“The United Kingdom government is launching a campaign to support domestic violence victims during the coronavirus restrictions, Home Secretary Priti Patel announced Saturday.

“Coronavirus has opened Britain’s enormous heart,” Patel said. “I am now asking this nation to use that amazing compassion and community spirit to embrace those trapped in the horrific cycle of abuse.”
The campaign, under the hashtag #YouAreNotAlone, will aim to reassure those affected by domestic abuse that support services remain available.

The government has asked members of the public to show their solidarity by sharing a photo of a heart on their palm, and then asking others to do the same. This aims to “show victims that they are not alone and to convey to perpetrators that domestic abuse is unacceptable in any circumstances,” the home secretary said in a statement.

Advertisement aimed at raising awareness of where people can seek help will run across social media, and materials will be made available to a wide range of partners including charities and supermarkets.

Citing a surge in calls to domestic abuse charities, the Home Secretary pledged an additional $2.4 million (2 million) to immediately bolster domestic abuse helplines and online support.

Speaking from Downing Street at the daily press briefing, Patel also addressed other crime-related issues, such as fraud, during the nationwide response to the pandemic”
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