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Get comfy and settle in for some catch-up reading

  • reports on recommendations for making Melbourne a safer city for women
  • This article in the Age reports on the impact of family violence on children.
  • A new report from tye NSW Bureau of Crime Statistics and Research sheds some light on patterns of domestic and family violence in NSW
  • The Sunraysia Daily reports on a new service to support indigenous women from around the state
  • The Sydney Morning Herald reports on research done by the Equality Rights Alliance into the impact of income management on women in the Northern Territory
  • An inquiry has been ordered in Victoria, into laws around teens and sexting
  • The National Plan to Reduce Violence against Women and their Children is launched in Western Australia – read more here
  • The Attorney General’s Department released this media release advising of the Senate Committee’s endorsement of the Family Law Reforms


  • A new report from the USA provides an insight into why victims/survivors of Domestic and Family Violence recant
  • A new study shows decreasing rates of Female Genital Mutilation in Egypt
  • This opinion piece from Washington DC revisits Slutwalks
  • Women’s enews looks at UN Women’s stance on abortion
  • There has been anger over medical checks for potential flight attendants in South Korea
  • In Canadia, there is storm of criticism after a hairdressing salon used Domestic Violence to promote itself