ProfessorKhatidja Chantler

Principal Investigator

Khatidja Chantler (PhD) is Professor of Gender, Equalities and Communities at Manchester Metropolitan University. She is Co-director for the Global Perspectives, Marginalisation and Thriving Communities research cluster. Her areas of research expertise are gender-based violence, self-harm, gender and ethnicity. She is also an internationally known expert on forced marriage research. Currently, she is working on several national and international research projects on gender-based violence and domestic abuse/homicide. She has published widely in national and international journals and is author of several book chapters and co-editor of three books.

Telephone: 0161 247 1316

HALT Collaborators

An advisory group comprising representatives of Social Work, Policing, Health, CSPs, AAFDA, Safe-Net, AGENDA, survivors, academic experts, Home Office and authors and quality assurers of DHRs will provide expertise, help with recruitment and are key to dissemination and impact.

Sandra Flynn Lecturer in Psychology and Mental Health, Centre for Mental Health & Safety University of Manchester
Alison Hatton Community Safety Manager Preston City Council
Mary Ryan Head of Corportae Safeguarding (Gwent) Violence Against Women, Domestic Abuse & Sexual Violence (VAWDASV) Gwent
Davina James-Hanman Consultant n/a
Michelle McManus Subject Head of Criminal Justice, School of Justice Studies Liverpool John Moores University
Jane Monkton-Smith Senior Lecturer in Criminology University of Gloucestershire
Frank Mullane Director of AAFDA AAFDA
Sian Oram Head of the Section of Women’s Mental Health David Goldberg Centre, KCL
Robert Ruston Victims and Vulnerable People Lead Lancashire OPCC
Myrna Dawson Professor and Canada Research Chair in Public Policy in Criminal Justice University of Guelph
Glenn Robert Professor of Health Care Quality & Innovation Kings College London
Hannah Candee Review Manager Standing Together
Miranda Hawtree Services Development Officer SafeNet
Nicole Jacobs Domestic Abuse Commissioner DA Commissioners Office
Home Office
Rachel Murray Business Project Coordinator SafeNet