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Violence prevention

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Established to focus on developments in research, policies and actions since the Royal Commission into Family Violence, this collection includes of policy-relevant resources that relate to current and emerging issues in Australia and research, policy and evaluation relevant to the design and implementation of activities...
Report

National plan victim-survivor advocates consultation final report

Violence against women is a national crisis in Australia. The federal government is presently developing the next national plan to end violence against women and children. This report report reveals that systems improvements are needed to appropriately respond to the issue, with many victim-survivors experiencing...
Policy

Equality and justice for all

This policy statement outlines The Greens' policy position on human rights, violence prevention and gender equality.
Report

Overview of responses to the Violence and abuse of people with disability at home issues paper

The Disability Royal Commission published the 'Violence and abuse of people with disability at home: issues paper' in December 2020. This document provides a brief summary of what the Commission has been told in the responses to the issues paper. While the purpose of this...
Report

Young women’s report 2022

This report's findings emphasise the prevalence of violence and abuse in young people’s lives, along with the inadequacy of institutional responses to violence against young women and non-binary people.
Report

Changing the landscape: a national resource to prevent violence against women and girls with disabilities

Violence against women and girls with disabilities is a serious and preventable violation of human rights. This resource is relevant to anyone involved in policy development or program funding, design, planning or implementation, and those working ‘on the ground.’
Report

Reducing relationship and sexual violence: findings from reviews about the effectiveness of respectful relationships and bystander programs in school and tertiary education settings

The aim of this review is to provide an overview of the evidence from systematic reviews, in relation to the effectiveness of respectful relationships and bystander intervention programs in school and tertiary education settings.
Report

Listen. Take action to prevent, believe and heal

This review report calls on the ACT Government to commit to a wide-ranging, long-term strategy aimed at preventing sexual violence.
Strategy

Te Aorerekura: The national strategy to eliminate family violence and sexual violence

The purpose of this document is to set out a framework to eliminate family violence and sexual violence, to drive government action in a unified way and harness public support and community action.
Report

Do violent teens become violent adults? Links between juvenile and adult domestic and family violence

Previous research exploring pathways into domestic and family violence (DFV) has primarily examined associations between early victimisation and future offending. Less is known about the relationship between adolescent DFV offending and adult DFV offending. This study examined the offending pathways of 8,465 young offenders aged...
Strategy

Pathways to safety

In this report, Change the Record and the National Family Violence Prevention Legal Services Forum expand on their call for a genuinely, self-determined National Plan to implement community-led responses to violence against Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women and children.
Evaluation

Rante-rante ampe Marle and Urreye: “Safe, respected and free from violence” projects evaluation

This evaluation uses a mixed method approach, and includes an assessment of the impact of the project on participants’ attitudes towards and beliefs about gender, violence and Aboriginal culture. The study also assesses the extent to which resources and media developed by the two projects...
Report

Playing our part: a framework for workplace action on domestic and family violence

This resource enables organisations to commence or refine their workplace actions on domestic and family violence. It captures current leading practice, recognises the different experiences of domestic and family violence for people of all identities, and illustrates the four key domains in which workplaces can...
Report

Community-led culture-centered prevention of family violence and sexual violence

This report presents findings from research into the primary prevention needs of diverse communities to address family violence and sexual violence (FVSV).
Report

Primary prevention of sexual violence and harassment against women and girls: combining evidence and practice knowledge

To build the evidence base, the authors of this report drew on an expert advisory group, an evidence review, data analysis/synthesis and extensive sector consultation to guide development of this theory of change.
Report

Rapid evidence review: violence, abuse, neglect and exploitation of people with disability

This report outlines evidence that describes experiences of violence, abuse, neglect and exploitation of people with disabilities, with the aim of preventing this from occurring, and providing better support.
Literature review

Experiences of the family violence system in Aotearoa: an overview of research 2010 – early 2020

This document provides an overview of what is currently known about people’s and service providers’ experiences of the family violence system in Aotearoa New Zealand.
Report

Shifting the line: boys talk on gender, sexism and online ethics

This research focusses on online communication between boys and girls, and was framed within a broader context of gender equality and ethics. It seeks to explore new ways of approaching prevention of sexual harassment, violence and abuse, as well as other forms of gendered violence.
Report

Working in new ways to address family violence and sexual violence

In September 2018, the New Zealand government announced the formation of the Joint Venture for Family Violence and Sexual Violence. In this document, the Office of the Auditor-General takes an early look at this new way of working. Recommendations for how the joint venture can...
Report

Good practice in supported decision-making for people with disability: final report

Everyone has the right to make decisions. People with cognitive impairment may need additional support. This project reviewed existing research on supported decision-making and developed a Principles and Guide to best implement supported decision-making.