Working across sectors to meet the needs of clients experiencing domestic and family violence: Research synthesis

Working across sectors to meet the needs of clients experiencing domestic and family violence: Research synthesis

3 September 2020

This report summarises recent evidence on interagency collaboration in domestic and family violence.

This report has been published by Australia's National Research Organisation for Women's Safety (ANROWS).

The report provides an overview of recent research by ANROWS on what works, and what doesn't, in collaborative practice and integrated responses to help people experiencing domestic and family violence.

The research shows these approaches are efficient and cost-effective and can reduce the impact of secondary victimisation, reduce risk and increase safety. However, there are challenges too.

Access the report via the ANROWS website.

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