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  • ABOUT

    The NCAS
    Report

    The NCAS tells us how people understand violence against women, their attitudes towards it, what influences their attitudes, and if there has been a change over time.

    The report

    The National Community Attitudes towards Violence against Women and Gender Equality Survey.

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  • Resources

    The 2017 NCAS

    A collection of resources to help assist in the communication of NCAS findings and messages.

    The report

    The National Community Attitudes towards Violence against Women and Gender Equality Survey.

    Download

  • The NCAS team


    The NCAS project is a unique, national, cross-university, cross-sector collaboration.

    It is led by ANROWS in partnership with researchers from the Social Research Centre, the University of Melbourne, RMIT University, the University of New South Wales, and VicHealth. Survey data was collected by the Social Research Centre. A diverse range of experts and stakeholders are involved in the NCAS through its governance structure.

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    In addition to representatives from the Department of Social Services, the NCAS Implementation Group and Research Team responsible for planning and implementing the survey, includes:

    Ms Kim Webster

    Manager and lead author (NCAS), ANROWS

    Professor Jenny Morgan

    Melbourne Law School, The University of Melbourne (Implementation Group co-chair)

    Professor Julie Stubbs

    Faculty of Law, UNSW (Implementation Group co-chair)

    Dr Kristin Diemer

    Senior Research Fellow, Department of Social Work, The University of Melbourne

    Associate Professor Anastasia Powell

    Criminology and Justice Studies, RMIT University

    Dr Nikki Honey

    Research Director, Social Research Centre

    Ms Justine Mickle

    Project Officer (NCAS), ANROWS

    Ms Samantha Mannix

    Research Officer (NCAS), ANROWS

    Ms Violeta Marticorena Politoff

    Senior Research Officer (NCAS), ANROWS

    Ms Rosie Yasmin

    Research Officer (NCAS), ANROWS

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    Download the NCAS summary report

    The National Community Attitudes towards Violence against Women and Gender Equality Survey


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    HURRY! Last chance to register for our special #16Days webinar tomorrow: “No more circles: Learning from survivors, perpetrators and practitioners on how to respond better to intimate partner and sexual violence.”

    Thursday 8 December at 1pm (AEDT).
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    There were 311 intimate partner violence (IPV) homicides in Australia between 2010 & 2018. The majority of cases involved a male offender killing a current or former female partner. #16Days @UN_women 🧵

    Please share this UN call for submissions on the family court @anrows @ourwarch @nnedv @wesnet @SimonLapierre @PreventConnect @PCARORG @womensaid @WomensLegalACT @WomensLegalVic @wlsq @womenslegalnsw @womenslegalwa @LynAnge11 https://twitter.com/JanineRees3/status/1599976715597799425

    Dr @Kate_FitzGibbon is the Director of @monashGFV & Professor @MonashArts. She conducts research in the area of domestic & family violence, femicide, responses to all forms of violence against women, & the impacts of law reform in Australia & internationally. #16Days #PushForward

    WA: Advocates "are hoping for change is in the year or two after victim-survivors leave a #DFV situation. Statistics contained in the report show the highest-risk period [for suicide] was in the months immediately after a woman's final report to police." https://hubs.la/Q01v3MvS0

    New Ways for Our Families is available now on the @ANROWS website. https://hubs.la/Q01v30Lx0 Keep an eye out for the second publication from this important project, due to be published in the new year.

    The award recognises innovation for best outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and young people. Community researchers lead action research, demonstrating that communities hold valuable knowledge about how to protect and keep children safe.

    Congratulations New Ways for Our Families community researchers and the team @QATSICPP, winners of the 2022 Innovation within the sector award at the Queensland Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Community Controlled Child Protection Awards. https://hubs.la/Q01v32WS0

    Recent ANROWS research showed that sexual violence has ongoing detrimental effects on women’s health and wellbeing #16Days @UN_Women 🧵

    Reminder: How to support clients exposed to technology-facilitated coercive control. Join @FamilyStudies on Wed 7 Dec at 1pm for insight into the different ways that victims and survivors might experience technology-facilitated #coercivecontrol.
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    "As @LynAnge11 says, we need the federal attorney-general to lead a national conversation about how we achieve justice for sexual violence complainants in Australia. All ideas should be on to be on the table," writes Dr @JennaPrice in the @smh. #SV
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    “What needs to happen to make the world a better place so that women & men, girls & boys live in a world that is in peace & dignity? The @kNOwVAWdata course allowed me to reflect on that.”

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    #16Days
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