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Domestic Abuse Research Network (DARNet)

Welcome to the Domestic Abuse Research Network (DARNet)

The Domestic Abuse Research Network (DARNet) was founded by Dr Olumide Adisa in 2019. DARNet was created to foster and support knowledge exchange events and enable practitioners and academics to connect with current issues and research on domestic abuse. DARNet is currently based in the Institute for Social Justice & Crime

While DARNet’s primary aim was to draw on expertise across in Norfolk, Suffolk, Essex and Cambridge and spark collaboration within the region, the three years since its launch have seen DARNet partnering with organisations, researchers, practitioners, and survivors across the UK, including Senior Visiting Fellow in Social Policy Alison Bird, Drive, HALO Project, the Honour Abuse Research Matrix (HARM), and H.O.P.E Training & Consultancy


The network is open to anyone interested in domestic abuse issues and intersecting areas.