More about the project
This page describes the team behind the original 2016-17 iteration of the research.
For information on the latest, 2019 research update, please read the 2019 sector-focused discovery research update report here.
Tech vs Abuse is a research project which explored how technology can help those with experience of domestic abuse.
This ‘Tech vs Abuse’ research project was commissioned by Comic Relief in
order to explore the potential opportunities for technology to play a supportive
role in the context of domestic violence and abuse. It was undertaken by
Chayn, SafeLives and Snook between May and November 2016.
Its aim was to find out how technology could play a supportive role in the context of domestic violence and abuse, and to understand how survivors and practitioners perceived technology in this context.
If you need urgent help related to domestic abuse please contact Women's Aid or call the National Domestic Violence helpline on 0808 2000 247.