This webinar explored options for working with families where fathers who use violence continue to have extensive contact with children.
This article explores the links between gender equality and violence against women, using the situation in Nordic countries as an example.
This webinar presented the findings from recent research into elder abuse, and described effective practice responses.
This webinar presented observations from a recent scoping study and discussed effective practice responses in relation to elder abuse.
Understanding the challenges for South Australian Aboriginal families and children: What can child death reviews contribute?
What can be learned from the death of a child and how can preventable death or serious injury be avoided in the future?
We recently spoke with Professor Sue Dyson about respectful relationships education, and its role in preventing domestic and family violence.
Jamie Lee describes how the presence of family and domestic violence makes a difference to service response at Relationships Australia (SA).
Briony Dow discusses the nature and extent of elder abuse in Australia and how it can be prevented.
This paper presents an overview of the effects of domestic and family violence on children, and outlines a range of evidence-based responses
An overview of the issues unique to domestic and family violence in regional, rural and remote communities