This paper chronicles the Duluth Project, which is a pioneer in coordinated community responses to domestic violence and sexual assault. The Duluth Project is a system of networks, agreements, and applied principles created by the local shelter movement, criminal justice agencies, and human services programs developed in northern Minnesota (January 1997).
This paper calls for a shift in domestic violence services toward a more network-oriented approach. Such a shift would require a reframing of the role of DV practitioners and the scope and nature of services (2011).
This article examines the similarities between domestic violence, disability hate crime, and “mate” crime (2016).