Alcohol Use and Violence Against Women
This paper gives insights into the literature between alcohol use and violence against women.
Sexual Assault Response Team model
Queensland Centre for Domestic and Family Violence Research is currently undertaking an evaluation of a Sexual Assault Response Team (SART) in Townsville, Queensland. Specifically, the evaluation is exploring the role of the specialist sexual assault service within the SART model.
The Language of Sexual Violence
Rape… sexual assault… sexual violence. What do they mean and what is the difference? We consider the language we use when discussing sexual violence.
Sports and ‘spikes’: Do major sporting events increase violence in the home?
By the time you are reading this, more than likely, the outcomes of the 2018 AFL and NRL Grand Finals will be known. And, more than likely – though further down the page – there will have been media reports of “increases in domestic violence” accompanying these outcomes. We can predict this on the basis of previous reporting, not only reporting on previous Grand Finals but on other major sporting events too.
#Whataboutmen – Key Statistics about men, women and violence
Both men and women can be victims and perpetrators of physical and sexual violence. However, the statistics tell us that these experiences are clearly gendered.
7 Guiding Principles for Workplaces: Domestic Violence Provisions
Australian Employers are responsible for providing safe workplaces – free from harassment, abuse and violence. At times, the impact of gendered violence outside of a workplace, can impact staff at work, with evidence suggesting: Abuse/ harassment often continued at work Abuse involved threatening calls, texts, emails Perpetrators can physically attend workplaces Victims can be prevented from attending work So, how can employers support their staff and maintain a safe workplace?