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This report sets out the findings of research into domestic and family violence prevention, early intervention and response for children aged 0–8 years in New South Wales.
The report contributes to the development of the knowledge base on DFV prevention,...
This resource presents Victoria’s first Gender Equality Strategy, which aligns with other equality strategies and is intended to serve as a gateway to pursuing equality in all its forms.
This Interim Report makes recommendations to confer on members of Victoria Police a power to remove, hold and detain persons pending an application for an interim intervention order. As the initial response by police to a family violence incident is particularly important in the process...
This document is a a review of the communication components of Australian and overseas public education and social marketing campaigns aimed at reducing violence against women. It focuses on campaigns conducted since 1995 that included a primary objective of influencing 'community attitudes' towards violence against...
Domestic violence is arguably the hidden violence in Australia – the violence which few people want to talk about, but one which has a dramatic social and economic cost for the nation. A recent increase in domestic violence in Queensland has prompted the current Queensland...
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...
This year's report focuses on gender and the family. It proposes a comprehensive family-friendly policy agenda to advance gender equality in diverse families, arguing that promoting gender equality within families is a critical step towards meeting the Sustainable Development Goals.
This discussion paper is essential reading for people working with separating parents, or in family violence and child protection, and for anyone seeking to develop a better understanding of why these deaths occur and how they might be prevented.
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...