Last Friday ANROWS launched its first research program. The ANROWS Research Program 2014-16 consists of 20 projects across all five strategic research themes.
This week VicHealth released the 2013 National Community Attitudes towards Violence Against Women Survey (NCAS).
17,500 Australians were asked about their views on violence against women and gender equality in a 20 minute phone survey.
Last month ANROWS made a submission to the Senate Finance and Public Administration References Committee’s inquiry into domestic violence in Australia.
The submission provided evidence related to:
The Conversation launches a week-long focus on domestic violence in Australia with infographics and articles on the prevalence of domestic violence and its cost to Australian society.
On 1 July, ANROWS's Resources Database was made accessible to the public online. The Resources Database provides access to a collection of resources relevant to reducing the incidence and impact of violence against women and their children.
On Friday 16 May, ANROWS was launched at Parliament House, Canberra by Federal Minister for Social Services Kevin Andrews and Federal Minister Assisting the Prime Minister for Women Michaelia Cash.
Issues Paper 26: Traversing the maze of ‘evidence’ and ‘best practice’ in domestic and family violence Service provision in Australia, a joint publication by the Australian Domestic & Family Violence Clearinghouse and ANROWS was released today.