The ANROWS Research Program will produce research under the National Research Agenda to Reduce Violence against Women and their Children to support the National Plan to Reduce Violence against Women and their Children 2010–2022.
The Research Priorities Projects sit under five strategic research themes: 1. Experience and impacts; 2. Gender inequality and primary prevention; 3. Service responses and interventions; 4. Systems; and 5. Knowledge translation and evaluation.
Below are the summaries of projects from ANROWS’s 2017 and 2014 Research Priorities including projects funded from ANROWS’s 2017 and 2014 competitive grants rounds listed on the Australian Competitive Grants Register:
These projects offer an ambitious and far-reaching program of research with: research sites in every state and territory; a range of practice contexts, topics and priority populations; and a diverse group of researchers and research partnerships.
Also listed below are project pages for each of the Research Priorities 2017 and 2014 projects.
|RP.17.01||The relationship between gambling and domestic violence against women||Commenced mid-2017|
|RP.17.02||Domestic violence, social security law and the couple rule||Commenced mid-2017|
|RP.17.03||Crossing the line: Lived experience of sexual violence among trans women from Culturally and Linguistically Diverse backgrounds in Australia||Commenced mid-2017|
|RP.14.09||Media representations of violence against women and their children (Project in partnership with Our Watch||Completed Jun 2016|
|RP.14.10||Change the Story: National framework for the prevention of violence against women and their children (Project in partnership with Our Watch and VicHealth||Completed Nov 2015|
|RP.17.04||The MuSeS project: Multicultural and settlement services supporting women experiencing violence||Commenced mid-2017|
|RP.17.05||Sustainability of identification and response to family violence in antenatal care (SUSTAIN study)||Commenced mid-2017|
|RP.17.06||Child at risk electronic medical record alert||Commenced mid-2017|
|RP.17.07||Preventing gender-based violence in inpatient mental health units||Commenced mid-2017|
|RP.17.08||Mothers and children with disability using early intervention services: Identifying and sharing promising practice||Commenced mid-2017|
|RP.17.09||Constructions of complex trauma and implications for women's wellbeing and safety from violence||Commenced mid-2017|
|RP.17.10||Reshaping the Australian judiciary's understanding of intimate partner violence||Commenced mid-2017|
|RP.17.11||Prioritising women’s safety in Australian perpetrator interventions: The purpose and practices of partner contact||Commenced late 2017|
|RP.17.12||Kungas’ Trauma experiences and effects on behaviour in Central Australia||Commenced late 2017|
|RP.14.22||Review of the evidence on knowledge translation and exchange in the violence against women field||Completed Apr 2015|