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Published on Monday, 26th September 2016

The latest media coverage looks at Indigenous victims and perpetrators, sexual assault at universities, United Nations work on preventing violence against women and more. 

Published on Monday, 12th September 2016

In this post the research focus includes Indigenous partner violence, the extent of violence against women with disabilities, and the impact of domestic violence on children and parenting.

Published on Monday, 29th August 2016

While 17% of Australian women and 4% of men have experienced sexual assault since the age of 15 years, and 5% of Australians have a substance abuse issue, cross-evidence and practices are rarely...

Published on Friday, 8th July 2016

This research project reviewed and analysed data to identify key program elements, policy contexts and learnings from the implementation of integrated responses in all Australian jurisdictions.

Heather Nancarrow (back) with the CEOs of the five National Women’s Alliances (from left to right): Helen Dalley-Fisher; Sandra Triulzi; Dr Pat Hamilton; Julie Oberin; and Tracey Currie, at the NCOSS New Year for Women 2016

Published on Monday, 29th August 2016

By Heather Nancarrow

Closing session panellists at Prevalent and Preventable Conference 2016

Published on Tuesday, 27th September 2016

Last week, the ANROWS team attended and presented at the Prevalent and Preventable conference hosted by the Australian Women Against Violence Alliance (AWAVA) and Our Watch.

ANROWS is an independent, not-for-profit research organisation established to produce evidence to support the reduction of violence against women and their children