Indigenous women

Audio interviewAudio program
15 August 2016

Interview with Jacinta Nampijinpa Price, a young indigenous thinker from Alice Springs, to discuss her views on Indigenous culture being one that 'accepts violence.'

Other text
25 July 2016

Jacinta Nampijinpa Price’s speech is a powerful personal plea to stop the violence against women and children by men and in particular, Indigenous males. She talks about the need for positive...

Infographic
23 September 2015

An infographic explaining the actions the Australian Government will take on domestic violence.

Report
17 September 2015

This second report on the health indicators in the National Partnership Agreement on Indigenous Early Childhood Development finds areas of improvement as well as areas of concern in the health of...

Report
4 September 2015

Analyses critical policy, service and research literature on responses to Aboriginal women experiencing family and domestic violence in Australia.

Report
6 August 2015

Draws on both national and international literature and policy and program evaluations, to establish what is currently known about innovative responses to violence against Indigenous women in...

Briefing paper
1 June 2015

Indigenous Justice Clearinghouse Research Brief 19 provides new insights into Indigenous women’s offending by examining previously unpublished police and court data for the period 2010-2012. 

2014
Tarafder, Tasmiha

This study investigated reproductive health beliefs among rural indigenous women in Kakon Haat village at Rajshahi district of Bangladesh. An explanation for the tendency of women in these communities to access traditional healers (THs) and spiritual healers (SHs) for reproductive health...

2013
Hunter, Kate

By the end of the nineteenth century agricultural shows (what in the American tradition are called 'fairs'), were well established in Australia. An enduring symbol of agricultural progress and rural modernity, they became in the twentieth century a vehicle for the professionalization...