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An Introduction to Domestic Homicide Reviews in England and Wales: Exploring challenges and opportunities through the lens of LGBT+ domestic homicide
England and Wales have been undertaking Domestic Homicide Review
(DHR) since 2011. However, DHRs are often taken-for-granted and there
has been limited research into both their operation and the process
of knowledge production. DHRs are a product of multi-agency inquiry,
which means there is a complex relationship between the participants
involved in their ‘doing’. Moreover, diverse practices shape the
narratives available in the talk between participants and the final report

Offering both a practitioner and researcher perspective, James
Rowlands will provide an overview of policy and practice in England and
Wales and draw on key issues in the conceptualization and function of
DHRs. He will highlight the unique challenges of the DHR process with
reference to minoritized communities. Using the example of Lesbian,
Gay, Bisexual and Trans (LGBT+) victims of domestic homicide, his
focus will be two-fold: 1) the question of who becomes the subject of a
DHR, exploring why some LGBT+ victims are included while others are
excluded and 2) how knowledge generation operates, mapping how
particular discursive practices frame inquiry in relation to LGBT+ victims
and shape knowledge production.

Dec 13, 2019 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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