Domestic Abuse: Harnessing Learning Internationally under COVID-19 (DAHLIA-19) - Call for evidence

Domestic Abuse: Harnessing Learning Internationally under COVID-19 (DAHLIA-19) - Call for evidence

1 April 2021

This study is calling for examples of family violence policies and practices launched under COVID-19.

This study is being undertaken in Australia by the University of Melbourne, the Australia’s National Research Organisation for Women's Safety (ANROWS) and Family Safety Victoria (FSV).

This international study is examining what practice and policy interventions and strategies have been introduced under COVID-19 to address domestic and family violence, and what their impact has been.

It is calling for examples of new policies and practices - whether successful or not - in such areas as identification, victim support, perpetrator services, policing and courts, housing and refuges, financial services, health, sexual assault, professional development, collaboration, and community education.

Submissions close 23 April 2021.

Download more information via the Australian flyer.  (PDF)

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