Women’s refuges play an important role in assisting women and children escape violence, writes Jane Bullen.
We still have a long way to go before people understand that domestic violence is a crime that should be met with zero tolerance, writes Alecia Simmonds.
Australia is at the forefront of a wholly new approach to dealing with the impacts of domestic violence, write Inara Walden and Ludo McFerran of the Safe at Home, Safe at Work Project at UNSW.
One million Australian employees now have access to paid domestic violence leave, the result of research led by UNSW’s Centre for Gender Related Violence Studies.
There is a direct link between domestic violence and productivity in the workplace, a UNSW study has found.
Women who suffer violence at the hands of men are highly likely to experience mental disorders for the rest of their lives, new research shows.
Does restorative justice offer advantages to victims of sexual assault and domestic violence over conventional justice practices?
The significant impact of domestic violence on women's security and safety has been highlighted in a national report by UNSW researchers, launched by Sex Discrimination Commissioner, Elizabeth Broderick.
A more proactive approach to policing can dramatically lower rates of domestic and family violence, a UNSW forum has been told.
Changing police culture to combat domestic and family violence is the focus of a national forum at the University of New South Wales (UNSW).