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  • General Material
October 2020

Enhancing Faith-Based Responses in Abusive Partner Intervention

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In this podcast episode from the Center for Court Innovation, presenters discuss the importance of engaging and partnering with faith leaders in the community response against domestic violence, highlighting several faith leaders who have used their platform to engage with people who use violence as well as a new toolkit on the topic.
  • General Material
  • NRCDV Publications
July 2020

How can partnerships with faith communities support accountability and hope for those who cause harm?

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Faith communities have a key role to play in supporting accountability for those who cause harm. In NRCDV's July 2020 Technical Assistance Question of the Month (TAQ), guest writers Rev. Dr. Anne Marie Hunter, Director and Dr. David Adams explore how partnerships between domestic violence service providers and faith communities can work to promote accountability and hope.