A partnership between UNSW’s Gendered Violence Research Network and Commonwealth Bank is raising awareness around groups at greater risk of economic and financial abuse.
Ending violence against women starts with men, their behaviours and attitudes. Changing the social structures starts with a conversation, so how do we encourage men to put women on the agenda?
The Gendered Violence Research Network at UNSW Sydney help respond to, prevent, and eliminate gendered violence in Australia and beyond.
With safe spaces such as schools and work closed for Christmas, it's more important than ever to check in on family and friends.
With generous financial support from Commonwealth Bank, UNSW’s Gendered Violence Research Network will lead a new research agenda.
UNSW expert warns recent legislation to protect against COVID-19 does not adequately consider the impact on Indigenous victims of family and domestic violence.
Two Social Policy Research Centre studies have looked at ways to keep women safe in their homes.
Many of the workers who help those affected by violence are women exposed to harassment themselves. They feel underpaid and emotionally exhausted, a new UNSW Sydney report says.
A more proactive approach to policing can dramatically lower rates of domestic and family violence, a UNSW forum has been told.