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It is estimated that as many as one in five women living in Australia experience sexual violence and one in three Australian women experience physical violence at some point in their lives (A Snapshot to Time for Action: The National Council’s...
Domestic violence is directly linked with performance and productivity at thousands of Australian workplaces according to this survey.
Domestic or family violence is an abuse of power by a partner, ex-partner or family member. It takes many forms including intimidation, control, isolation and emotional,...
This publication presents a synopsis of the latest published research examining violence against women in Australia and its prevention.
This summary focuses on:the extent of violence against women population groups at risk the health, economic and other consequences of the problem factors...
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to assess the applicability of relational contract theory in situations where government departments contract with non-government welfare organisations to deliver human service programmes. Its limits are highlighted by an assessment of programmes for domestically violent men that...
The purpose of this evaluation is to provide an assessment of the relevance, effectiveness, value for money, efficiency and sustainability of the programme.
This snapshot describe the penalties imposed on convicted assault offenders.
The most common penalty imposed on assault offenders is a bond but the likelihood of a prison sentence increases with both the seriousness of the assault and the number of prior convictions. Approximately 23...