domestic violence

HR can help people experiencing domestic violence

There are nine commonly used practices that HR departments use to effectively support employees who are victims of domestic violence, according to recent UNSW Business School research

Domestic violence is never okay

A long history of femicide and violence against women shows no sign of improving.

Online violence

Contrary to claims that cyberhate is mostly innocuous because it’s ‘virtual’, the widespread suffering caused to women can be significant, says UNSW Senior Lecturer Dr Emma A. Jane.

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Changes to the Family Law Act would help ensure women are protected from one form of gender-based violence, say conveners of the national summit at UNSW.

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The National Community Attitudes towards Violence against Women Survey used a representative sample of 17,500 Australians.

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The way violence degrades women's financial status affects lives across generations. Yet the issue remains in the shadows, write Jane Bullen and Natasha Cortis.

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Viewing violent television as a child probably increases aggression toward women later in life, writes Tom Denson and Andy Ruddock.

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Are low wages and high debt pushing society to a tipping point? Could migrants solve our family care 'problems'? Does climate change denial represent a failure of social science? Read the latest research from UNSW's biennial Australian Social Policy Conference.

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One in six Australian women have experienced physical or sexual violence at the hands of a partner, and many are turned away from help, Australia’s largest social policy conference has been told.

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UNSW researchers are helping PNG employers lead the fight against family and sexual violence.

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