ANROWS RESEARCH FUND TO REDUCE VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN AND THEIR CHILDREN
ANROWS Research Fund
ANROWS is a registered harm prevention charity and deductible gift recipient, running a research program funded by philanthropic funds alongside the three research programs funded by the Commonwealth, state and territory governments of Australia.
Projects funded through the ANROWS Research Fund contribute to filling evidence gaps identified in Australia’s National Research Agenda to Reduce Violence against Women and their children (ANRA 2020–2022).
We are seeking tax-deductible donations to the ANROWS Research Fund. Your donation will be used to support researchers working to ensure communities are safe and free from violence. Make a donation here.
ANROWS Research Fund to Reduce Violence against Women and their Children has delivered four projects to date, and there is one underway. Completed and current projects in the ANROWS Research Fund program were made possible with substantial donations received from Emeritus Professor Anne R. Edwards AO, Sparke Helmore Lawyers and the former Luke Batty Foundation. We are very grateful for all donations, large and small. We are honoured to have been chosen to carry Luke’s legacy forward through projects agreed with the former Luke Batty Foundation Board, and acknowledge and thank Rosie Batty AO, 2015 Australian of the Year, for her vision and leadership in this area.
The "Safe Nest Group" pilot project: Early intervention for mothers and infants leaving family violence
Dr Katie Wood
Commenced mid 2019Find Out More
RECOVER – Reconnecting mothers and children after violence: The Child Parent Psychotherapy pilot
Associate Professor Leesa Hooker
Completed March 2022Find Out More
“Safe, respected and free from violence”: An evaluation of primary prevention projects
Dr Emma Fulu and Dr Chay Brown
Completed November 2021Find Out More
Speaking truth to power: The role of victims and survivors in driving policy change on gender-based violence
Completed July 2022Find Out More
Feasibility study into the possible inclusion of social norms measures within the 2021 National Community Attitudes towards Violence against Women Survey (NCAS)
Sarah McCook and Associate Professor Anastasia Powell
Completed January 2021Find Out More
The dangerous combination of gambling and domestic and family violence against women: Practice guide for gambling counsellors, financial counsellors and domestic and family violence workers
Corinna Frey Tag, Dr Jamie Lee, Professor Nerilee Hing and David Tully
Completed December 2020Find Out More
The forgotten victims: Prisoner experience of victimisation and engagement with the criminal justice system
Professor Andrew Day
Completed August 2018Find Out More