Only a fraction of women on temporary migrant visas who are at risk of family violence are accessing the services available to protect them, a new report suggests.Arts & culture
Family violence and youth justice have been subjected to an intense focus in Australia in the past year. Reviews have revealed the failure to provide effective responses to these issues.Law
The good news is that Australia is doing something positive to improve the lives of our parents and grandparents. The bad news is we can no longer pretend there are golden years awaiting us all in old age.Medicine & health
Today marks one year since Victoria’s Royal Commission into Family Violence released its seven-volume report and recommendations. These set out a blueprint to transform responses to, and prevention of, family violence.Arts & culture
Following a rigorous review, Monash University has been reaccredited as a White Ribbon workplace in recognition of the ongoing investment into addressing violence against women and improving safety, respect and gender equality.University news
The Victorian government is recruiting more frontline police as part of a broader drive to tackle crime in the state. Among the new recruits will be 415 officers specially trained to deal with family violence.Law
As Monash University marks White Ribbon Day, a Monash criminologist argues a stronger commitment to specialist family violence courts nationally would improve women’s safety and perpetrator accountability.Arts & culture
Monash University is urging professionals across the state to help shape the way Victoria responds to family violence. The University was commissioned by the Victorian Government to review the state’s...