Advocacy After Fatal Domestic Abuse

Advocacy After Fatal Domestic Abuse

AAFDA Conference 2020

Advocacy after fatal domestic abuse (AAFDA) is a Centre of Excellence for Reviews into Domestic Homicides and for Specialist Peer Support. AAFDA was founded by Frank Mullane whose sister and nephew were killed in male violence. Frank found there was very little support for families affected by fatal domestic abuse and set up this organisation to address the gap.  They hold a conference every year involving families affected by fatal domestic abuse and highlighting areas that need to change to better support families.

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