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7 04, 2016

The role of specialist women’s services in Australia’s response to violence against women and their children

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Australian governments, ministers and community leaders are voicing stronger commitments than ever before to ending violence against women and their children. But while more and more women are recognising themselves as victims/survivors of violence and seeking help, there is no guarantee that when they come forward they and their families will receive the knowledgeable, competent [...]

23 10, 2012

NGO Follow-up Report to the UN Committee in the Elimination of Discrimination Against Women

By |October 23rd, 2012|Research & Reports|0 Comments

In its 2010 review of Australia, the CEDAW Committee asked the Australian Government to report back in 2012 about actions taken to implement the Committee’s recommendations on violence against women, and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women. This report provides the views of, and is endorsed by the National Women’s Alliances and 106 non-government organisations. [...]