Our mission is to deliver relevant and translatable research evidence which drives policy and practice leading to a reduction in the levels of violence against women and their children.
Below are links to curated collections of research papers and reports, resources, and emerging violence against women research projects, relevant to your role in ending violence against women and their children, and holding perpetrators to account for their actions.
For research projects, resources, and publications related to key topic areas and priority populations, click here.
KEY TOPIC AREAS
The work ANROWS undertakes explores four main research themes; experience and impacts, gender inequality and primary prevention, service responses and interventions, and systems to answer the question: ‘What works?’
These curated content collections explore ‘what works’ within these research themes, along with evidence, resources and emerging research projects for supporting marginalised groups and under-researched populations. For priority populations not listed below, or specific topics around domestic and family violence and sexual assault, use the search function, or visit the ANROWS Library.