Dr Nathan Eisenstadt
Dr Nathan Eisenstadt is a Senior Research Associate at University of Bristol Medical School, Domestic Violence and Health Group specialising in prevention and response to gender-based violence, with a focus on men, boys and masculinity.
Nathan was lead qualitative evaluator on the Drive Project – a national pilot addressing high-risk perpetrators of domestic abuse and currently works on Reprovide – a pioneering Randomised Controlled Trial of a domestic abuse behaviour change programme for men. Nathan is an honorary research associate at University Exeter for work on bystander intervention and with Dr. Rachel Fenton, co-founded Kindling Transformative Interventions.
Kindling offers evidence-led bystander training for the prevention of sexual harms, intimate partner abuse, street harassment and harmful workplace cultures and has worked with large statutory organisations, the private sector, universities and in general communities on a range of bespoke programmes. Rachel and Nathan co-designed Football Onside with Exeter City Football club – a sports-specific bystander programme which is currently being delivered nationally. They are currently designing and delivering a 3-year national bystander programme for the Welsh Government tackling violence against women and girls.