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Violence against women and their children affects everybody. It impacts on the health, wellbeing and safety of a significant proportion of Australians throughout all states and territories and places an enormous burden on the nation’s economy across family and community services, health and hospitals, income-support and criminal justice systems.

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ANROWS hosts events as part of its knowledge transfer and exchange work, including public lectures, workshops and research launches. Details of upcoming ANROWS activities and news are available from the list on the right.

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About ANROWS

ANROWS was established by the Commonwealth and all state and territory governments of Australia to produce, disseminate and assist in applying evidence for policy and practice addressing violence against women and their children.

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Resources

To support the take-up of evidence, ANROWS offers a range of resources developed from research to support practitioners and policy-makers in delivering evidence-based interventions.

NEW REPORT

“It depends on what the definition of domestic violence is”: How young Australians conceptualise domestic violence and abuse

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RESEARCH PROGRAM

The Coordinated Enforcement and Support to Eliminate (CEASE) Domestic Violence Program

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OUR MISSION

To influence evidence-based developments in policy and practice design for the prevention of and response to violence against women, and its impacts on their children, nationally.

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Who we are

Australia’s National Research Organisation for Women’s Safety Limited is an independent, not-for-profit research organisation established to produce evidence to support the reduction of violence against women and their children.

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"Reported incidents of domestic and family violence have more than doubled in NSW over the past 10 years, with the spike attributed to a change in the way authorities respond to the crime."
https://hubs.la/Q01fkzc90

Join me to hear about how technology-facilitated coercive control involves children at the Gold Coast Health Social Work Forum 2022 - Social Work: What you do matters! @GC_Health @Griffith_Uni @GriffCrimInst @HSVGriffithUni @OrangeSkyAU @BondUniversity
https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/gold-coast-health-social-work-forum-2022-social-work-what-you-do-matters-tickets-310864663577

1/Only 2 out of 3 young people agree that violence against women is common. @ANROWS has explored young people’s perceptions of #domesticviolence in a recent report. You can here what some young people think here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H2YsBsunx1E&list=PLmXJREhDPW4Jd5d-X6f-MAr-fnk5mUlrR&index=1&ab_channel=ANROWS

Lead author of the #ItDepends report @Dr_ECarlisle started Monday's webinar with an overview of why it is important that we understand how #youngpeople conceptualise #DV, and how the study was designed to ensure their voices were at the centre.

@_Nic_Lee speaking about #mistrust in justice system responses against survivors with disabilities. Stigmas that survivors with disabilities "must be lying" are inconscionable. This is the intersection of gender inequality and ableism @DV_alert @ANROWS

The new #ItDepends report from @ANROWS found that many young people saw unhealthy relationship behaviours as “stepping stones” that escalate to domestic abuse.

It proposes education on these behaviours, like spotting the difference b/w care and #control: https://hubs.la/Q01dZmR00

"When we look at trends in IPH, what emerges is that women are more likely to be killed by a current or former man intimate partner than by anyone else" @hayleyboxall1. Risk factors of IPH incl. presence of stalking, sexual violence, separation @ANROWS

@hayleyboxall1 now speaking on intimate partner homicide at @DV_alert National Meeting. What do we know? IPH is the most common form of homicide in Australia (the rate of homicide is declining, tho still horrifying - 1 woman killed every 11 days) @ANROWS

📢Just over one week left to complete our survey on domestic violence perpetrator/men's behaviour change programs & neurodiversity (closes 30th June).📢

Pls complete/retweet. #autism #ADHD
@Kate_FitzGibbon @MonashGFV
@ANROWS @NTVorg
Access survey here: https://nicolerenehan.com/?page_id=288

The ADF Families Survey is currently recruiting participants to understand the experiences of ADF families. Survey details below 👇🏽

Please RT and share widely in your networks! @claireharrisoz @AmyJohnsonPhD @ANVAM310 @ANROWS @ACU_ICPS @MilitaryLife_au https://twitter.com/familystudies/status/1539775300254441473

@WESNETAustralia @DV_alert @ANROWS Distinction between the "intimate partner threat" and the "cyber threat" needed. @WESNETAustralia has a range of resources for survivors and support workers @ANROWS

Survivors may hear "if you don't want to be abused, then get off Facebook". Response by Karen: "Getting off technology is not the answer" @WESNETAustralia @DV_alert @ANROWS

NEW RESEARCH


Compliance with and enforcement of family law parenting orders: Views of professionals and judicial officers

This project has been designed to examine the drivers of non-compliance with parenting orders and the operation of the parenting order enforcement regime in Australia. This report sets out preliminary insights from one part of a four-part research program.

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ANROWS welcomes NSW Government investment in evidence-based women’s safety measures

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ANROWS welcomes NSW Government investment in evidence-based women’s safety measures

Young women unfairly burdened with the responsibility of being wary of domestic violence and abuse

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Young women unfairly burdened with the responsibility of being wary of domestic violence and abuse

Listening to young people’s understandings of domestic violence  – ANROWS Notepad | 27 May 2022

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Listening to young people’s understandings of domestic violence – ANROWS Notepad | 27 May 2022

ANROWS welcomes NSW Government investment in evidence-based women’s safety measures

ANROWS welcomes NSW Government investment in evidence-based women’s safety measures

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