Technology and domestic violence in Australia

Technology and domestic violence in Australia

12 May 2020

This survey seeks the views of practitioners on how technology is being used in domestic and family violence.

This online survey is being conducted by Curtin University and Women's Services Network (WESNET).

The survey is open to practitioners from organisations focused on supporting women and children who have experienced domestic and family violence.

It aims to explore:

  • the kinds of technology perpetrators are using and how it is being used
  • the impact of technology-based violence on victim-survivors
  • what resources would best assist practitioners in their work

More information is available on the Curtin University website.

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