Although rejection of violence against women has improved across all states and territories, there is still a long way to go
MEDIA RELEASE | Wednesday 24 May, 2023 The 2021 National Community Attitudes Survey (NCAS) States and Territories report, released today by ANROWS, found that every state and territory has improved... Read moreView Downloads
Attitudes matter: Overall Australians attitudes towards violence against women have improved, but there is still a long way to go.
MEDIA RELEASE | Wednesday, 29 March 2023 Australians have a better understanding of domestic violence, recognising non-physical forms of violence, but 2 in 5 people mistakenly believe that domestic... Read moreView Downloads
In Canberra last Wednesday, 24 August, our CEO, Padma Raman PSM, delivered the 2022 Alice Tay lecture to a packed audience at ANU. Focusing on how a greater national literacy... Read more
Children five times more likely to receive a mental health service by the time they turn 18 after experiencing domestic and family violence
MEDIA RELEASE WEDNESDAY 13 JULY 2022 REPORT EMBARGOED UNTIL TUESDAY 19 JULY 2022 Early trauma-informed intervention is needed to respond to children experiencing the trauma of domestic and family... Read moreView Downloads
ANROWS Notepad | 30 June 2022 Read more