An overview of the issues unique to domestic and family violence in regional, rural and remote communities
All publications are also listed in our library catalogue.
A review of the literature on Indigenous community-managed programs and organisations, with a focus on what works in these initiatives.
The tyrannies of distance and disadvantage: Factors related to children's development in regional and disadvantaged areas of Australia
This research report investigates whether children in regional areas experience a "tyranny of distance" or a "tyranny of disadvantage"
A snapshot of how local context affects sexual assault service provision in regional, rural and remote Australia
Regional, rural and remote sexual assault services in Australia face unique challenges in meeting the needs of the populations they seek to support.
This report examines whether drought affected areas have higher rates of residential mobility out of these areas
This Facts Sheet describes how the characteristics of families differ between the "city" and the "country" or "bush"
Articles include: a commentary on genuine effort in practice; engaging disadvantaged families in child and family services; shariah law and divorce
Brief review of demographic, social and economic trends in rural, regional and remote Australia to provide background to service delivery.
Structured around the main themes that often figure in the literature on issues relating to sexual assault or violence against women in rural contexts
Aspects of family living standards: A study of families in two rural areas : The Australian Living Standards Study
The rural areas covered in these reports cover Berri, Loxton and Renmark in the Riverland area of SouthAustralia, and Roma / Bungil in South West Qld.