Although immigrant and refugee women in Australia face particular barriers to accessing services aimed at preventing and responding to family violence, the understanding of the character and context of this problem is limited.
Intimate partner violence, including violence in both cohabiting and non-cohabiting relationships and emotional abuse:
Domestic violence exacerbates economic inequality, as both economic abuse, and other tactics of violence, generate costs for women and contribute to financial instability and stress. Australia’s National Plan to Reduce Violence against Women and their Children 2010-2022 recognises the importance
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.
This paper presents key findings and implications for policy-makers, researchers and practitioners from ANROWS research project Media representations
This paper presents key findings and implications for policy-makers, researchers and practitioners from ANROWS research project Establishing the Connection:
This paper presents key findings and implications from ANROWS research project National mapping and meta-evaluation outlining key features of effective "safe at home"
This paper is a comprehensive review of published literature to present the current state of knowledge, practice and responses to violence against women in Australian Indigenous communities. It was guided by the following questions:
This Compass paper showcases key findings and future directions from Landscapes (state of knowledge) paper Perpetrator interventions in Australia - part one and two.
This ANROWS research project provides substantial additional analysis of data collected in the Australian Bureau of Statistics' (ABS) 2012 Personal Safety Survey (PSS).
The ANROWS Compass series summarise key findings of research on violence against women and their children and provide advice on the implications for policy and practice.