Cohort: Domestic and Family Violence

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Women in Queensland have their voices heard

Women in Queensland who are affected by domestic and family violence have had their voices heard with the release of the Australian Law Reform Commission (ALRC)’s report into the Family Law System Review. The report, [...]

23 April 2019|Post

Problematic attitudes towards women driving domestic violence

One in five Australians believe women are becoming too outspoken, according to new research into relationships, gender roles and equality. You can read more here: https://probonoaustralia.com.au/news/2017/11/problematic-attitudes-towards-women-driving-domestic-violence/?utm_source=Pro+Bono+Australia+-+email+updates&utm_campaign=b8817eedf6-EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_2017_08_18&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_5ee68172fb-b8817eedf6-146774617&mc_cid=b8817eedf6&mc_eid=0f130c5de3

5 December 2017|Research and evidence

Bystander research

This snapshot report shows there is growing evidence to support bystander actions that we can all take in our daily lives to prevent violence against women.  Read more here: http://apo.org.au/node/121241

5 December 2017|Research and evidence

Temporary migration and family violence

The aim of this project was to undertake a comprehensive review of family violence cases managed by inTouch that involve women (victims) whose migration status is temporary, and are experiencing family violence. The report offers [...]

12 October 2017|Research and evidence

Community Early Learning Program

Case studies about improving school attendance and safety in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities through the Community Early Learning program which is targeted at providing centre based services for developmentally vulnerable children

21 August 2017|Research and evidence

QCOSS Commentary State Budget 2015-16

The 2015-16 State Budget revealed positive signs the Queensland Government is listening to the community services sector, however it is essential the sector and the community is engaged and consulted to ensure the needs of [...]

2 July 2015|Publication