Review theoretical approaches to trafficking for the purposes of sexual exploitation, and examines current legislative, policy and services responses.
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The Home Truths: Stop Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence - A National Challenge conference was held in Melbourne, 15-17 September 2004.
This paper looks at the range of formal health sector protocols that currently exist to guide service responses to victim/survivors of sexual assault.
Provides an overview of the key issues and findings from recent reports and research into family violence and sexual assault in Indigenous communities
Structured around the main themes that often figure in the literature on issues relating to sexual assault or violence against women in rural contexts
Australian data sources on the prevalence of drug and alcohol facilitated sexual assault are discussed.
Considers several groups of victim/survivors of sexual assault which are less likely to appear in the estimates of large-scale victimization studies.