RESEARCH AND STATISTICS
The Right To Choose: Enhancing best practice in responding to sexual assault in Queensland
Full report and addendum, prepared for the Queensland community sexual assault survivor support services in response to Qld Helath commissioned KPMG proposed model for responding to sexual assault in Queensland.
Australian Bureau of Statistics
The Australian Bureau of Statistics collects subtantial Australian population statistics. In 1996 the ABS conducted the first Womens personal safety survey, which was followed by the Personal Saftey Survey in 2006.
Australian Centre for the Study of Sexual Assault
Australian Centre for the study of Sexual Assault aims to improve access to current information on sexual assault and is funded by the Office of Status of Women.
Australian Domestic and Family Violence Clearinghouse
A national resource on issues of domestic and family violence. It provides a central point for the collection and dissemination of Australian domestic and family violence policy, practice and research. It aims to meet the information needs of government agencies, generalist and specialist service providers, researchers and interested members of the public.
Australian Institute of Criminology
Online resources include the trends and issues in crime and criminal justice series, and a wide range of papers from conferences on a variety of topics, including crime and older people, victims and offenders, and child abuse.
Queensland Centre for Domestic and Family Violence Research
Research, education and evaluation regarding the prevention of domestic and family violence.
Stop the Violence Project
The Stop the Violence Project (STVP) is a national policy reform project aimed at improving services for women and girls with disabilities experiencing or at risk of violence. This survey represents an opportunity for organisations and policy makers working with women to contribute to building knowledge about Australia’s capacity to develop and undertake good policy and practice measures to address violence prevention and response for women and girls with disabilities.
Violence Against Women - The World Health Organisaiton Report
The World Health Organisation has compiled data on violence against women from most countries in the world. The findings suggest that violence against women is a "global problem of epidemic proportions". For more information, go to the WHO website via the link provided.
Or contact us.
We can arrange an interpreter.