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How valuable is the introduction of new legal categories as a way of improving responses to intimate partner violence?
The With Study - Women’s Input into a Trauma-informed systems model of care in Health settings - was commissioned by ANROWS to understand how to promote a trauma-informed organisational model of care, responsive to women and practitioners, and embed it into the complex system of...
Provides strategies and information on working effectively with media to prevent violence against women and their children.
Summary This guide is a supporting resource for "Working with news and social media to prevent violence against women and their children: A Strategic Framework for...
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....
This guide was released to coincide with a speech from Prime Minister Scott Morrison on progress towards the Fourth Action Plan as part of the National Plan to Reduce Violence against Women and Children.
Researchers from Australian National University, University of Papua New Guinea and the Lae University of Technology explored the connections between women’s experiences of seeking support to address family and sexual violence and their children’s well-being and opportunities for education.
This post presents the findings on the relationship between the women in the study and the police, including the reasons they did or did not seek police help.
BroadAgenda's Editor, Dr Pia Rowe, talks to Natasha Stott Despoja about violence against women, as well as her personal experiences working in this area.
This literature review was produced for VicHealth by Deakin University. It focuses on the primary prevention of violence against women and family violence, and examines the intricacies of bystander behaviour.
It complements a previous brief, Domestic Violence in Australia (92) , issued by the Parliamentary Library in August 2003, which includes links to interest groups and an overview of Commonwealth government violence against women initiatives and perpetrator programs.