Australia's National Research Organisation for Women's Safety (ANROWS) is an independent, not-for-profit research organisation funded under the National Plan to Reduce Violence against Women and their Children 2010-2022 to produce research on violence against women and their children and facilitate its uptake into policy and practice.
ANROWS's CEO, Heather Nancarrow, is available for media interviews. ANROWS can also help with general enquiries about research on domestic, family and sexual violence.
For more information, or to organise an interview, please call 02 8374 4000.
See ANROWS Fast Facts and ANROWS Compass (research to policy and practice) papers for key findings and implications for policy and practice.
A symposium bringing together experts in child protection and domestic violence will focus on the need for collaboration in gaining a greater understanding of how domestic violence impacts parenting to assist authorities to improve the safety of women and their children.
Child protection, domestic violence, and legal services need a greater understanding of how domestic violence impacts parenting to help authorities better ensure the safety of women and their children.
The impact of gambling on domestic violence, the safety of mothers and children with disabilities, and services for immigrant and refugee women experiencing violence are among the areas of study that Australia’s National Research Organisation for Women’s Safety (ANROWS) announced today in the new
Ballarat will host next week an innovative digital story exhibition showcasing multimedia projects produced as part of a new study of hospital care for women who have experienced sexual assault and mental health problems.