On 20 December 2016, ANROWS announced its program of research to improve the evidence base for stopping men’s violence against women and holding perpetrators to account.
On 19 December 2016, ANROWS opened its grants round seeking research applications in a range of priority areas aimed at stemming the rate of violence against women.
I was really pleased to give a presentation on knowledge translation and exchange theory and practice at a 2-day workshop in Brisbane on 1 December.
The ANROWS Action Research Support (ARS) team recently facilitated the second round of Action Research Support workshops for the Building Safe Communities for Women and their children (BSCW) projects.
25 November was the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women and Day 1 of the 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence Campaign encouraging people around the world to take action to raise awareness and prevent violence against women and girls. United N
I was very happy to open the first meeting of the 2017 NCAS (National Community Attitudes towards Women Survey) Project Advisory Group held in Melbourne on 17 November. The meeting was attended by members of the Project Advisory Group, the Expert Panel, and of course the Project Implementation T
On November 1, ANROWS released new calculations on the impact of intimate partner violence on the women’s health.
Led by the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, our Burden of Disease study measures both fatal and non-fatal health impacts of intimate partner violence.
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The highlight of the past fortnight was the launch of research papers commissioned by ANROWS on the burden of disease of intimate partner violence and associated engagement activities.