Monash Gender and Family Violence Prevention Centre
Victim-survivors’ views on and expectations for the criminalisation of coercive control in Australia: findings from a national survey
This report presents the findings from a national survey of 1261 victim-survivors of coercive control. The survey examined victim-survivors views on the criminalisation of coercive control.
Let’s talk about sex: exploring practitioners’ views on discussing intimate partner sexual violence in domestic and family violence perpetrator intervention programs
Domestic and family violence (DFV) reform agendas in Australia increasingly assert the need to shift the burden of responsibility away from victim-survivors and ensure a sustained focus on DFV perpetrators. This report presents findings from a study examining how DFV perpetrator intervention programs respond to...
I believe you: children and young people’s experiences of seeking help, securing help and navigating the family violence system
This report presents the findings from 17 in-depth interviews conducted with Victorian children and young people, from the ages of 10 to 25, with lived experience of family violence. The research seeks to give voice to the experiences and expertise of children and young people...
Domestic Violence Disclosure Schemes: policy overview
This overview examines Domestic Violence Disclosure Schemes, including what they are, and where they have been debated across Australia and New Zealand.
‘Can’t you girls work this out?’: LGBTQ+ victim-survivors’ experiences of Victoria’s family violence intervention order system
This report examines the experiences of LGBTQ+ family violence victim-survivors with Victoria’s family violence intervention order system.