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Victim and survivor of domestic,
family or sexual violence
If you, or another person (adult or child), are in immediate danger call 000.
ANROWS is not a direct service organisation and cannot provide emergency assistance, support services, advice or referrals for women and their children experiencing violence. For assistance, see this list of support services.
Papers and reports
The forgotten victims:
Prisoner experience of victimisation and engagement with the criminal justice system: Key findings and future directions
Women’s Input to a Trauma-informed systems model of care in Health settings:
The WITH study
Seeking help for domestic violence:
Exploring rural women’s coping experiences: Key findings and future directions
Sexual assault and domestic violence in the context of co-occurrence and re-victimisation:
State of knowledge paper
Domestic violence, social security and the couple rule:
Key findings and future directions
The MuSeS project:
Multicultural and settlement services supporting women experiencing violence
Constructions of complex trauma and implications for women’s wellbeing and safety from violenceFind out more
Prioritising women’s safety in Australian perpetrator interventions:
Mapping the purpose and practices of partner contact.
Crossing the line:
Lived experience of sexual violence among trans women of colour from culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) backgrounds in Australia. Key findings and future directions
Violence against women and mental healthFind out more
For priority populations papers and reports, see key topic areas, explore by the search function, or find more resources in our Library.
Current ANROWS research
A life course approach to determining the prevalence and impact of sexual violence in Australia:
the Australian Longitudinal Study on Women’s Health
Transforming responses to intimate partner and sexual violence:
Listening to the voices of victims, perpetrators and services
Extent, nature and responses in the Australian community