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Sue Carswell


Men Choosing Change evaluation: longer-term program outcomes

This report presents the findings for the final stage of the evaluation of Men Choosing Change, a men’s behaviour change program delivered by UnitingCare in Queensland, Australia.

The use of restorative justice in family violence cases with a focus on the possibility of victims being coerced or controlled to participate by the persons who harmed them

This report explores the risk of victims being coerced or controlled by perpetrators through restorative justice processes in cases involving family violence.

Research to improve the up-take of service by people considered hard to reach: synthesis of findings and a practical guide for service innovation

This paper is a synthesis of findings from a three year research programme on “engaging with the ‘hard to reach’ to improve uptake of social and health service”. The researchers recognised that ‘hard to reach’ is a problematic way of thinking about potential clients of...

Toward a transformed system to address child abuse and family violence in New Zealand

Executive Summary Introduction The Glenn Inquiry (TGI) has contracted Institute of Environmental Science and Research Limited (ESR) to bring together the relevant experience and expertise to collaboratively model a transformed system to address child abuse and neglect (CAN) and family violence (FV) in New Zealand...

Cane and commitment: gender and familial relations on smallholder sugar cane farms in Fiji

This thesis examines the socio-economy of smallholder sugar cane farms in Fiji with particular attention to the participation and experiences of women. There is also consideration of the involvement of other household members, especially children in the farm economy.