“Safe, Respected and Free from Violence”: An evaluation of primary prevention projects
The evaluation is led by the Equality Institute. The study uses a participatory approach, in which staff from the partnership projects will be recruited and trained by the Equality Institute to conduct the quantitative data collection.
The evaluation will answer the following questions:
- What are the impacts of the partnership projects on the participants/target groups?
- What is the impact of the projects on participants’ attitudes about gender, violence and Aboriginal culture?
The study further aims to answer the following secondary evaluation questions:
3. To what extent have the resources and media developed by the two projects communicated and disseminated key anti-violence, anti-racist, and gender-equitable messaging to its audience?
4. To what extent has local primary prevention workforce capacity been developed through the partnership projects?
Principal Chief Investigators
Dr Emma Fulu, The Equality Institute
Chay Brown, The Equality Institute
Loksee Leung, The Equality Institute
Dr Sarah Homan, The Equality Institute
This project is funded by the ANROWS Research Fund to Reduce Violence against Women and their Children (Philanthropic – Luke Batty Legacy).