Research and Information


Information gathered by our Research and Information project forms a solid evidence base to develop and deliver services to men women and children fleeing domestic violence and other forms of abuse.

The project also informs policy development in the sector through active participation.

Research is conducted on various aspects our work to keep abreast of emerging trends, policy development, and the impact they may have on the services we provide.


Bawso research reports:

 Cultural Encounters in Interventions against violence (CEINAV)

Overcoming the Barriers and Healing the Scars of Human Trafficking(November 2012)

Protecting Black and Minority Ethnic Children: An Investigation of Child Protection Interventions (June, 2012)

Locating BME Female BME Off Street Sex Workers in Cardiff (March 2011)

The Hidden Scourge: Experiences of Sexual Violence among Black and Minority Ethnic Women in Wales (March 2011)

Supporting Women with No Recourse to Public Funds (July 2011)

Female Genital Mutilation: Examining the practice in Wales (February 2009)

Forced Marriage in Wales (2008)


For further information about our research projects please contact;



Clarence House, Clarence Road, CF10 5FB
Tel: 02920644633




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