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Abused Women's Experiences of Refuge Services in Taiwan and England
When abused women leave an abusive relationship they do not know where they will end up. Finding a safe place to stay immediately can be lifesaving. Refuges are considered important because they provide abused women with temporary housing, advice, personal support and facilitate their use of agencies. This paper aims to analyze abused women’s experiences of refuge services in Taiwan and England. It is hope that a comparison of the women’s experiences of using refuge services wills how the relationship between domestic violence and refuge services, and provide some suggestions for policy and practice improvements in the two different countries. Firstly, I will explain the methodology of my research, and details of the refuges examined in Taiwan and England. Secondly, it is vital do discuss the experiences women have had of refuge services. Finally, I will consider the similarities and differences between the responses to domestic violence in Taiwan and England, with suggestions for improvement.
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