Moving On

Tina Horne
1986 | 28 min

This short documentary looks at how the community of London, Ontario, has implemented a plan to address the issue of domestic violence. These efforts, spearheaded by police, lawyers, doctors, transition house staff, women’s groups, and social services agencies have turned London into a rare model community. There, The London Battered Women’s Advocacy Clinic and “Changing Ways,” a therapy program for men who batter, contribute to the city’s innovative attempt to break the cycle of violence. Moving On is part of the The Next Step, a 3-film series about the services needed by and available to battered women.

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