Covid-19, domestic abuse and what universities can do for students

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Magill, Christine, Gajparia, J., Havard, T., Shepherd, R. and Kibirige, N. (2020). Covid-19, domestic abuse and what universities can do for students. Wonkhe.
AuthorsMagill, Christine, Gajparia, J., Havard, T., Shepherd, R. and Kibirige, N.
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When we restrict access to campuses, for many we remove escape or sanctuary from domestic abuse. Chris Magill and colleagues from London South Bank discuss what we can do as a result.

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