For many survivors, being in a court building with the abuser can be one of the most difficult parts of the Family Court process.
Rights of Women has created a short film on #SafetyInTheFamilyCourt for survivors of domestic violence to explain the ways the courts can help make the process safer and make it easier to take part in court hearings without feeling intimidated.
We are proud to be launching this film on International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women (25th November 2016) – it is one of many activities and events occurring around the world to mark this important date.
To help us continue this work, please follow the links below to donate to us:
We would like to thank the following for their invaluable support in making our first film:
- Our patron Pips Taylor for her support with this project and for providing the voiceover
- Filmmaker Olivia Emes
- Central Family Court for allowing us to film there and the staff for their assistance
- Access to Justice Foundation for funding the project