Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women face barriers to reporting their experiences of family violence, including fearing the threat of child removal, homelessness and potential isolation from their family and... Read more
Women who have experienced family violence are often unable to afford legal representation in the Family Law Courts, and report that representing themselves disadvantages their cases, according to a new... Read more
A new international study funded by the Economic and Social Research Council, as part of UK Research and Innovation's rapid response to Covid-19, will launch later this month to examine... Read more
Study highlights gap between intentions and outcomes of domestic violence law and strategies for systems reform
Women victims/survivors—especially Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women—are being identified as perpetrators of domestic and family violence (DFV) on protection orders. A new research report from ANROWS has examined this... Read more
Children’s needs must be moved to the front and centre of services supporting families living with domestic and family violence, according to a new study from ANROWS. The report, published... Read more
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