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‘Women and Domestic Violence: Standards for Counselling Practice’ by Jan Seeley and Catherine Plunkett
National Management Guidelines for Sexual Assault October, 2003 4 Foreword South Africa is said to have the highest incidence of sexual assault world-wide.
2 DOMESTIC VIOLENCE IN SOUTH AFRICA policy brief • Emotional, verbal and psychological abuse, described by the Act as consisting of a pattern of degrading or humiliating conduct, repeated threats or …
Change 3, 04/11/2017. 4. victim is encouraged (but not mandated) to receive medical care, psychological care, and victim advocacy. (1) Sexual assault patients …
Barriers Faced by LGBT people in Accessing Non-LGBT Domestic Violence Support Services This information sheet lists some of the barriers faced by LGBT people in
WHAT IS THE VICTIMS’ CHARTER? The Service Charter for Victims of Crime (Victims’ Charter) is a government initiative that aims to promote justice for all.
(3) Notwithstanding the provisions of any other law, the application may be brought on behalf of the complainant by any other person, including a counsellor, health service
Is violence a problem after disasters? iolence is an important issue facing communities affected by natural disasters, though the full extent of
21 3. SERVICE PROVISION FOR VICTIMS OF SEXUAL VIOLENCE be provided by social workers, psychologists, community-based support groups and religious groups.
S.47—5 ‘‘(E) any other information, including date of birth, racial or ethnic background, or religious affiliation, that would serve to identify any individual.
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