Archive for the Research Category

Feminist movements hold key to preventing violence against women

Feminist movements hold the key to change: A new study on violence against women conducted over four decades and in 70 countries finds that the mobilization of feminist movements is more important for change than the wealth of nations, left-wing political parties, or the number of women

Read more

‘He Hits, She Hits’, presentation by Michael Flood

Video recording of Dr Michael Flood’s seminar ‘He hits, she hits: Assessing debates regarding men’s and women’s experiences of domestic violence’, as well as other related seminars, is now available for viewing via the Queensland Centre for Domestic and Family Violence Research website.

Read more

Research from ACSSA – effective primary prevention of sexual assault

From ACSSA: What is Effective Primary Prevention in Sexual Assault? Translating the Evidence for Action, by Quadara, A and Wall, L. This ACSSA Wrap provides an evidence-based summary of the key issues involved in program design in primary prevention initiatives.

Read more

Events in November 2012

No To Violence 2012 Conference: There is less than a month to the start of to NTV Australasian conference on responding to men’s and family violence (November 14-16). Full workshop details are now online. Registrations close on Monday November 5 at 5.00 pm. Join Not 1 More

Read more

Acknowledgement of country

DVRCV and the PiP network acknowledge Aboriginal people as the traditional owners of the lands and waters throughout Australia.

PiP is resourced by