Honour Abuse Research Matrix
The Honour Abuse Research Matrix is a vibrant, multi-disciplinary research network focused on so-called ‘honour’-based abuse, violence and killing, forced marriage, female genital mutilation, and other under-researched and often misunderstood forms of domestic abuse.
The purpose of the Honour Abuse Research Matrix is to convene researchers, experts by experience, charities, policymakers, and practitioners from various disciplines and across sectors. The aim is to develop novel and practical ways to understand, explain and respond to family violence and domestic homicide, so that it includes ‘honour’ abuse, forced marriage and female genital mutilation.
The Honour Abuse Research Matrix is a dynamic, international knowledge-exchange agency that facilitates meaningful conversations, knowledge acquisition and peer engagement, fostering original research, research-based policy innovation, training, and awareness programmes that put the voice of the survivor at the centre.
The Honour Abuse Research Matrix is working with its worldwide membership to build a society that ensures equality and freedom from abuse for all.
No, this infrastructure does not provide funding.
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