The ANROWS webinar program brings together policymakers, practice designers, practitioners, and women with lived expertise of violence to discuss research findings and key policy issues relevant to preventing and responding to violence against women and children.
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Emerging technology and domestic and family violence
Technology-facilitated abuse: Extent, nature and responses in the Australian community
This webinar gives viewers insight into one of the first global studies to engage with perpetrators using qualitative methods to understand drivers, experiences and characteristics of, and motivations for, technology-facilitated abuse.
Responding to coercive control in practice
The power in understanding patterns of coercive control
This webinar explores ways that services can use the language of coercive control to support women to expose patterns of abusive behaviour.
Enhancing education for young people
“Sex Ed”: Young people, consent and the Australian curriculum
The expert panel discuss the rationale for the changes to the curriculum, the role of digital cultures in young people’s relationships and sexual learning, and opportunities for sexual and consent education.