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Domestic violence: men’s behaviour change program works

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The Age, September 4 2016 Men’s behaviour change programs, many with long waiting lists, have become a common penalty meted out to perpetrators of family violence who come before the courts. But until now, there has been little Australian research. Now a Monash University study – a comprehensive snapshot of 300 Australian men who use violence, and their partners (or ex-partners), over...

Multicultural Workshop on Domestic Violence – free for community workers

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DV-alert, October 2015 Multicultural Workshop –  19-20 November,  2015 – Adelaide  Multicultural DV-alert workshops are delivered in partnership with recognised multicultural service providers around Australia. Multicultural DV-alert workshops are for health, allied health and community frontline workers supporting multicultural communities in Australia. One of the priorities of the...

Stepping Stones: Legal barriers to economic equality after family violence

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Women’s Legal Service Victoria, Melbourne , 2015 From Executive Summary: “Legal and economic problems arise from family violence which result in serious financial hardship for women and, at present, there are no accessible legal remedies to these problems. We have researched the problems in the Stepping Stones project. This report contains the findings of the project and recommendations for...

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