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Report
Description

Improving access to and suitability of legal and support services for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander perpetrators of violence against women is an urgent priority to reduce the unacceptably high rates of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander family violence. This report outlines research investigating the pathways of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander men through the family violence legal and support service system, seeking better understanding of the opportunities for rehabilitation that are respectful and culturally responsive, and to see if these pathways enable positive shifts in the lives of women, children and communities affected by family violence.

The research aimed to investigate the opportunities for rehabilitation for perpetrators of domestic and family violence that are respectful and culturally responsive, and to examine whether these pathways enable positive shifts in the lives of women and children affected by family violence.

Publication Details
License type:
CC BY-NC
Access Rights Type:
open
Series:
ANROWS Research Report, Issue 26/2020