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This study examined the intersections between alcohol and other drug (AOD) use and sexual victimisation and trauma, how both support sectors currently work together, and how they can respond more effectively to the needs of those affected.
The study found that:...
This research project provided a national mapping and meta-evaluation of the key features of “safe at home” programs. “Safe at home” programs enhance safety and prevent homelessness for women and their children who have experienced domestic and family violence.
ANROWS CEO, Heather Nancarrow, delivered this address in the opening session of ANROWS' inaugural national research conference on Tuesday 23 February 2016.
Ms Nancarrow's address considers current literature on the concept of knowledge translation and exchange; KTE strategies in the violence against women field;...
Summary: This paper analyses critical, policy, service and research literature on responses to Aboriginal women experiencing family and domestic violence in Australia; focusing on non-legal and non-clinical services and women’s specialist services in regional and remote settings.
It considers:critical writing, analysis...
This state of knowledge paper discusses the history and development of "safe at home" approaches, and the corresponding policy and practice context. It outlines current safe at home approaches in Australia and overseas and common program elements across jurisdictions.
The National Community Attitudes towards Violence Against Women Survey, or NCAS, is a resource for anyone wanting to understand and prevent the serious and prevalent problem of violence against women.
It can be used by community educators, policy-makers, program planners, researchers, journalists, and students....
An overview of the National Community Attitudes towards Violence Against Women Survey (NCAS) conducted in 2017.
Includes an outline of new features in the 2017 NCAS and a graphical depiction of the survey framework.
Findings from the 2017 NCAS will be released at...
The Warawarni-gu Guma (Healing Together) Statement provides an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander perspective on domestic and family violence including a pathway forward for Aboriginal and Torres Strait islander communities.
This report provides substantial additional analysis of the data produced through the Australian Personal Safety Survey (PSS). The PSS is currently a largely untapped resource - even the publicly available PSS data has yet to be fully explored and applied to the most obviously relevant...
This paper presents the state of knowledge on practices or processes used by child protection services and specialist domestic violence services or family law services to work better together and improve service responses for women and children living with and separating from family violence....