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And Cohen were describing the first stages of shelters for women before they moved onto a wider focus of “empowerment” in later decades, such descriptions are not dissimilar from the practices at St Saviour’s shelter. Park et al. note that in more recent decades the shelter movement has been driven by a desire to “empower” abused women, that is, “to overcome their oppression and to change the gender inequalities of their social structure” (2000, p. 213). , p. 216). These are shelters that were established by women from within the communities that they serve and offer services tailored to meet the particular needs of the specific community and the broader social, cultural and political environment.

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