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Canadian Senate Told Men Are Also Victims of Domestic Violence

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An Empirical Approach to Innovations in Intimate Partner Violence Policy

Presentation by Dr. Donald Dutton, UBC Professor of Psychology, to the Canadian Senate –
Thursday, April 21, 2016

For more information on the CAFE Violence Against Men campaign, please visit: www.equalitycanada.com/ViolenceAgainstMen

Dr. Donald Dutton is a Canadian Association for Equality (CAFE) Advisory Fellow. He is Professor of Psychology at the University of British Columbia. He co-founded a court mandated treatment program for men convicted of wife assault in 1979, the data from which was incorporated into his research on domestic violence. He has published over 100 papers and five books, including the Domestic Assault of Women (1995), The Batterer: A Psychological Profile (1995), The Abusive Personality (2006), Rethinking Domestic Violence (2006) and The Psychology of Genocide (2007)). He has given talks to the World Bank, the U.S. Army and Department of Defense, the University of Washington Law School and the Senate of Canada. He serves as an expert witness in civil trials involving intimate partner abuse and in criminal trials involving family violence.

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