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Facts on family violence 2016

Facts on family violence 2016

Facts on family violence 2016

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An infographic poster presenting the facts on family violence in Victoria

Download poster underneath the sources below.

Sources

1. Cox, P. (2015). Violence against women in Australia: Additional analysis of the Australian Bureau of Statistics’ Personal Safety Survey, 2012, Australia’s National Research Organisation for Women’s Safety (ANROWS). 

2. Cussen, T. & Bryant, W. (2015). Domestic/family homicide in Australia. Research in Practice No. 38, Australian Institute of Criminology, Australian Government 

3. Department of Human Services, Victoria (2012). Family Violence Risk Assessment & Risk Management Framework & Practice Guides 1-3 

4. Brain Injury Australia (2015) as cited in ABC News 7.30 Report Three women every week hospitalised with traumatic brain injury caused by DV 12 Aug 2015 

5. Crime Statistics Agency (2016). Family incidents, year ending 31 March 2016. State Government of Victoria.

6.  Crime Statistics Agency (2016). Family incidents, year ending 31 March 2016. State Government of Victoria.

7. Commonwealth of Australia (2012). Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Performance Framework 2012 Report 

8. Women with Disabilities Victoria (2014), Violence Against Women With Disabilities, Fact Sheet 3, Women with Disabilities Victoria, Melbourne 

9. Dimopoulos M & Assifiri H (2004)  ‘Pathologising NESB women and the construction of the “cultural defence”’, Point of Contact Book 9 Working with Diversity, Partnerships Against Domestic Violence, Commonwealth of Australia, Canberra

10. Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (2014). Specialist homelessness services: 2013-2014. Canberra. 

11. VicHealth (2004). The health costs of violence: Measuring the burden of disease caused by intimate partner violence. 

12. PwC (2015). A high price to pay: The economic case for preventing violence against women.