1. What did the global COVID-19 pandemic reveal about the nature of domestic abuse?
  2. Can feminist analyses of patriarchal power be reconciled with the evidence of ethnic, generational, class-based, and geographical variation in women’s experiences of domestic violence and official responses to it?
  3. If domestic violence perpetrators can be categorised into different types, should the criminal justice process be calibrated accordingly?
  4. To what extent is domestic violence caused by men’s attitudes towards women?
  5. What can be learnt from the study of high profile domestic violence cases?
  6. Does the evidence regarding men’s experiences of domestic violence as victims suggest that gender should no longer be regarded as central to its aetiology?
  7. Should improving the criminal justice response be the to priority for policymakers looking to secure the long-term safety of survivors?
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