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. The two organisations call on...
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...
This paper synthesises the findings of 20 ANROWS research studies, published between October 2018 and June 2020, on the topic of domestic, family and sexual violence perpetrator interventions.
Childhood exposure to family violence can lead to negative short-term and long-term outcomes for health and wellbeing. This data snapshot presents a first look at data collected by Victoria Police at family incidents about children who have been exposed to or otherwise affected by family...
This report outlines a series of recommendations which seek to inform the development of the next national plan to reduce violence against women and their children, which is due to commence in mid-2022.
Violence against children impacts more than one billion children and costs world economies US$7 trillion annually. This report offers a rare glimpse into the state of donor investment to end violence against children, and offers key findings and recommendations for how to improve the situation...
When home becomes the workplace: family violence, practitioner wellbeing and remote service delivery during COVID-19 restrictions
This report draws attention to the wellbeing considerations for Victorian practitioners working remotely to support people experiencing and using violence during the COVID-19 pandemic. It provides critical insights into how practitioners can be supported remotely to do this incredibly challenging, yet crucial work.