publications and downloads
Below is a list of our publications. Please click on the titles to download
Boys think girls are toys - nia project evaluation
This report presents the findings from an evaluation of a prevention programme on sexual exploitation, delivered by the nia project in partnership with the Children’s Society.
Into the Foreground: Jacana Project Evaluation Report
The Jacana Parenting Service was a pilot programme developed and delivered in partnership between the nia project and Domestic Violence Intervention Project (DVIP) to support parents affected by current and historic domestic violence in Hackney. The programme offered separate interventions for men as perpetrators and support to women as victim-survivors, using individual and group work, and was funded by the Parenting Fund.
The Jacana Project met a gap in service provision and addresses statutory interventions which don’t take into account the dynamics of domestic violene and too often focus on blaming mothers for “failing to protect their children”.
Double Oppression: Violence Against Disabled Women
A resource pack for practitioners
nia - about us leaflet
An information leaflet to download.
An information leaflet about our Independent Domestic Violence Advocacy Service
IDVA SDVC leaflet
An information leaflet about our Independent Domestic Violence Advocate Service in the Specialist Domestic Violence Court
East London Rape Crisis Service leaflet
An information leaflet about the East London Rape Crisis Service
Strengthening Relationships, Building Futures
Strengthening Relationships, Building Futures: An Evaluation of the nia project Family Learning Programme
This project linked support for BAMER women affected by domestic violence and post separation isolation to improve their relationships with the children through family learning.
IRIS in The Lancet
Read an article that appeared in The Lancet about the incredible results from the IRIS pilot project.
EVAW: A Different World is Possible: Promising practices to prevent violence against women and girls
nia’s prevention work in schools – with boys as well as girls – to challenge attitudes that condone violence against women and girls, is cited as an example of good practice.
Service User Satisfaction Survey 2012
We wanted to know what the women and girls who use nia’s services think about us and what we do.
This report describes the process and findings of an independently conducted service user satisfaction survey carried out at nia in June/July 2012.
The aims of the survey were to measure the levels of satisfaction with our current services, identify areas for improvement and good practice and provide a meaningful opportunity for service users to describe their experience of nia’s services in their own words and make recommendations for change and development