The ANROWS Evidence Portal
The ANROWS Evidence Portal of interventions to address and end violence against women
The “What Works” project evolved to the ANROWS Evidence Portal, an online resource which allows users to search quickly and easily for information about what might work to address or end violence against women (VAW) in high-income countries like Australia.
The Evidence Portal can be thought of as both a curated database – containing only references to impact evaluations of interventions to end violence against women – and a specialised search engine, which allows you to search for information using filters and tools designed for the VAW sector.
This project provides an overview of “what works” across the VAW field, including primary prevention and secondary and tertiary response, and captures the range of evaluation methods used. The deliverables support policy and program staff in government and throughout the FDSV service sector to assess the evidence and effectiveness of different programs and interventions (including cost effectiveness) and make decisions in relation to research design, priorities and gaps. The Evidence Portal was produced with funding from the Australian Government Department of Social Services.
What works in addressing or ending violence against women? New ANROWS Evidence Portal brings together interventions aimed to end violence against women…Read more
The Evidence Portal
The ANROWS Evidence Portal is a living resource of evaluations of interventions from high-income countries that aim to address and end violence against women.Find out more
This project produced a “What Works” framework to support the assessment of the overall value and effectiveness of family, domestic and sexual violence (FDSV) interventions, programs and strategies.Find out more