In this Notepad:
In the first ANROWS Notepad for 2018:
On 29 November 2017, ANROWS research team members Dr Celina McEwen and Corina Backhouse led a workshop, Evaluating for Action and Sustainability, as part of the Domestic and Family Violence Conference “The Big Picture”, held in Canley Vale, South-West Sydney.
More than 70 practitioners and policy-makers from across Western Australia attended the Child protection, domestic violence, and perpetrator interventions: Meeting the challenges of collaboration symposium in Perth this past Friday. A roundtable breakfast briefing hosted by the Hon.
This fortnight's Notepad includes:
ANROWS has established the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Research Panel to keep in touch with researchers, practitioners and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community controlled organisations about research grants and potential partnerships to reduce violence against women and child
Improved accountability: The role of the perpetrator intervention systems project, funded under the ANROWS Perpetrator Interventions Research Stream, is led by Professor Donna Chung at Curtin University in WA.
The Perpetrator Intervention Research Stream commenced at the beginning of 2017, and a number of projects are now well underway. The first of these projects, 'Evaluation, readiness, program quality and outcomes in men's behaviour change programs', is due to conclude at this end of this
ANROWS's third Action Research Support workshop was held on 29-30 June 2017 in Alice Springs, with 44 participants representing 29 of the 40 Building Safe Communities for Women and thei