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Ardal yr Aelodau: Ymchwil a Chyhoeddiadau

Rydym ni’n gweithio gyda’n haelodau, goroeswyr, academyddion a chyrff eraill i greu casgliad o’r ymchwil, cyhoeddiadau ac adnoddau diweddaraf ar drais yn erbyn menywod, cam-drin domestig a thrais rhywiol yng Nghymru a thu hwnt – ymchwil y mae ein gwaith a’n hymgyrchu’n seiliedig arno.

Mae ein hadroddiadau, cyhoeddiadau a’n hymchwil ni a gan drydydd partïon perthnasol, a fydd, gobeithio o ddefnydd i chi, i’w canfod isod.

Wales

  • 2016
    • Public Health Wales - Adverse Childhood Experiences & their association with Mental Well-being in the Welsh adult population - cymraeg

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    • Public Health Wales Making a Difference - Investing in Sustainable Health and Well-being for the People of Wales - Supporting Evidence 2016 - cymraeg

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    • Public Health Wales Making a Difference - Investing in Sustainable Health and Well-being for the People of Wales - Executive Summary 2016 - cymraeg

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    • The National Training Framework on violence against women, domestic abuse and sexual violence - cymraeg

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    • Violence against Women, Domestic Abuse and Sexual Violence - Guidance for Governors - cymraeg

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    • National Strategy on Violence against Women, Domestic Abuse and Sexual Violence 2016-21 - cymraeg

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    • Public Health Wales Making a Difference - Infographics 2016 - cymraeg

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  • 2015
    • Public Health Wales - Adverse Childhood Experiences & their impact on health-harming behaviours in the Welsh adult population - cymraeg

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    • Violence against Women, Domestic Abuse and Sexual Violence (Wales) Act 2015 - cymraeg

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    • Violence against Women, Domestic Abuse and Sexual Violence (Wales) Act 2015 - Explanitory Memorandum - cymraeg

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    • Good Practice Guide - A Whole Education Approach to Violence against Women, Domestic Abuse & Sexual Violence in Wales - cymraeg

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.@lisaflavwales from SEEdS describes the importance of support of colleagues and work places having policies in place that recognise the coercive controlling behaviour of domestic abuse perpetrators and its impact on survivors #WalesWontStandBy pic.twitter.com/XI0ktw9LaC

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