Erin Pizzey

Standard Name: Pizzey, Erin


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November 1971
Erin Pizzey founded Chiswick Women's Aid at 2 Belmont Terrace, the first shelter for battered women.
Erin Pizzey of the Chiswick women's refuge was the presiding spirit behind the first Women's Aid (WA) National Conference, held in London.
Erin Pizzey published with Penguin her book on marital violence, Scream Quietly or the Neighbours Will Hear.
Erin Pizzey published Prone to Violence, which proposed the controversial theory that some women return to abusive partners because of an addiction to violence.