Research project

Building relationships: priorities, needs and barriers for minoritised communities in accessing support for domestic abuse

Project overview

The aim of the proposed project is to explore the experiences, priorities and needs of minoritised groups and the barriers in accessing local domestic abuse services like PARCS, to support clients who have experienced domestic abuse. The particular focus of this work includes working with minoritised communities, who might access support and counselling in Portsmouth and South East Hampshire. This project is funded by the Centre for the South


Lead researcher

Dr Aude Campmas

Lecturer in French Studies

Research interests

  • Representations of childfree women
  • Trauma and discrimination
  • Trauma and memory
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Other researchers

Dr Ali Rowsell

Research Fellow
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Collaborating research institutes, centres and groups

Research outputs