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All Australian governments have endorsed the first National Framework for Protecting Australia’s Children 2009-2020 and are committed to implementing the initial actions it contains. It is a long-term, national approach to help protect all Australian children. The National Framework represents an unprecedented level of collaboration...
This Inquiry report makes 12 recommendations to government to address dowry abuse in Australia.
Terms of reference for the inquiry.
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,...
Summary: This state of knowledge paper outlines what is currently known about the economic tactics and financial impact of domestic violence, and ways to promote women’s economic security during and following violence.
Research and policy literature highlights the need for action to build...
This paper considers the likely utilisation of paid family and domestic violence leave provisions if they are extended (as has been proposed) to apply to all paid employees in Australia.
The paper reviews the actual experience of several Australian employers which have already implemented...
This report argues that every organisation has a role to play to support its people who are experiencing domestic and family violence, and create a culture that does not tolerate violence or discrimination and actively promotes gender equality.
Family and domestic violence is common and its impact is far reaching. It occurs across all ages, and socioeconomic and demographic groups, but predominantly affects women and children.
The National Plan to Reduce Violence against Women and their Children: 2010-2022 aims to achieve a...
This fact sheet outlines the current structure of paid domestic violence leave in Australia.
This analysis considers how 2019–2020 federal budget measures, including $328 million for prevention measures and frontline services under the 'Our Investment in Women's Safety' package, contribute to addressing violence against women and their children.