In 2018, AWAVA hosted an intern, Tatiana Zhdanova, from the Australian National Internship Program. Drawing on expert interviews with women’s legal and court advocacy services, Tatiana prepared a report on common patterns and outcomes for children and their parents in cases where children are exposed to domestic and family violence. The report also proposes recommendations to improve outcomes for children and mothers who are victims/survivors.
Intervention of child protection services in cases where children are living with domestic and family violence
By AWAVA Secretariat|2020-01-21T10:19:01+11:00December 21st, 2018|Research & Reports|Comments Off on Intervention of child protection services in cases where children are living with domestic and family violence
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