Jo Howard describes the issue of adolescent violence in the home, and how it differs to adult family violence.
This webinar highlighted findings and discussed the implications of recent research projects into family violence and fathering.
Discusses how Uniting Communities' commitment to SFVS has had far reaching ramifications for all aspects of their Family Support Program facilitation.
In some family law matters, courts ask for the assistance of a specially trained lawyer – known as an Independent Children’s Lawyer (ICL) - to help resolve disputes involving children and to represent the child’s best interests.
Rodney Vlais outlines programs being developed which address the visibility and accountability of men who perpetrate family violence.
This webinar examined learnings from the Coordinated Family Dispute Resolution pilot, applied in parenting cases with a history of family violence.
Research from the Parramatta Family Relationship Centre
Petra Begnall discusses the role workplaces can play in preventing violence against women before it occurs.
This webinar highlights the importance of both engaging men and supporting the mother-child bond to ensure the safety and well-being of children.
In 2009, domestic and non-domestic related violence against women and their children cost the Australian economy an estimated $13.6 billion.