Thirty percent of women experience domestic violence in various circumstances but the rate increases during natural disasters such as bushfires, floods, and cyclones while community attention […]
New research in Australia aims to gain insights into how religious beliefs and practices can unintentionally contribute to domestic violence. A new Australian Research Council Linkage […]
A report has confirmed the value of a reflective approach for working with men who use violence against women and children, that encourages men to explore […]
With one in four Australian women affected by family and domestic violence, a new initiative is targeting front-line health and welfare workers working with families and […]
Social work experts at Flinders will lead a major new review of South Australian child protection systems to tackle child abuse and neglect. The State Government […]
A Flinders University law graduate has designed a mentoring program to inspire, motivate and educate women to get ahead in their personal and career development. Riana […]
New Flinders University research on domestic violence has taken the approach of interviewing both male perpetrators and women in the hope of understanding how to successfully […]
Flinders University has won funding for a program to improve services to women and children in Vietnam who are victims of domestic violence and trafficking.
Two resource kits aim to improve the ability of alcohol and other drug workers to detect and respond to family and domestic violence.