Study to look at Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander healing programs that respond to domestic, family and sexual violence
The effectiveness of “trauma-informed care” and healing programs will be at the forefront of a new research project studying Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander family and domestic violence and sexual... Read more
A new national study to gain deeper insight into how women and children experience abuse will also investigate the experiences and service needs of perpetrators. While much has been learned... Read more
New research from the Australian Institute of Criminology provides the strongest evidence to date that women are experiencing a higher rate of domestic violence during the COVID-19 pandemic than they... Read more
“Holding perpetrators accountable” is often highlighted as a key goal for policies designed to reduce domestic and family violence. A new report from ANROWS explores what “accountability” actually means in... Read more
Young people make up a significant proportion of individuals engaging in unwanted or harmful sexual behaviours against children. A new research report published by Australia’s National Research Organisation for Women’s... Read more
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