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This framework outlines the vision, guiding principles, objectives and strategic priorities to strengthen NSW Health response to violence, abuse and neglect. It is underpinned by a comprehensive evidence base and was developed through a co-design process with extensive consultation.
The former Australian of the year, Rosie Batty, has raised concerns that internal divisions within the Victorian Government are hampering its response to the Royal Commission into Family Violence. The minister handpicked to respond to the most urgent recommendations from the commission has stood aside...
The research report builds on the literature review contained in the ANROWS Landscapes paper “Building effective policies and services to promote women’s economic security following domestic violence: State of knowledge paper” (Cortis and Bullen, 2015). That paper discussed how economic abuse is a frequent, yet...
This paper illustrates the outcome of a field study on air quality and ventilation conducted in secondary school classrooms in Sydney, Australia, during the school year in 2018/2019.
“I am an anthropologist. Anthropologists, as a group, study the diversity of human cultures to understand our commonalities and differences, and to use the knowledge of what is common to us all to help us bridge our differences. My research aims to help reduce violence...
Estimates show that 6.5 million Australians with family or friends overseas rely on money transfer services. From 2013 to 2015 the major Australian banks closed their remittance accounts with a devastating effect on Victorian communities with overseas families dependent on remittances. That decision continues to...
Background : In March 2015 a Working Group was established by Andrew Neophytou (CEO, Inner Eastern Local Learning & Employment Network) on behalf of the Inner Metro Youth and Community Partnership (IMCYP).
This Working Group was formed to discuss and consider actions around...
This issues paper highlights opportunities within existing domestic and family violence law and policy to prevent and respond to individuals impacted by forced marriage. It identifies possibilities for reshaping government and civil society responses to forced marriage.
This resource aligns with, complements and is intended to support the various system design, policy and practice change and violence, abuse and neglect integration efforts underway across NSW Health statewide and locally.
This resource provides a description of the definition of the five core elements of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Child Placement Principle (ATSICPP).