Missing, murdered and incarcerated Indigenous women in Australia: A literature review

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Missing and murdered First Nations women and children

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What works? A qualitative exploration of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander healing programs that respond to family violence

This report presents findings from a research project that aimed to determine “what works” in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander healing programs across the nation that respond to family violenc

Pathways, policies and prevention: better outcomes for western Australian children

Pathways, policies and prevention: better outcomes for western Australian children.

Public health approach to child abuse and neglect: antecedents, outcomes and international comparisons of trends

Child maltreatment is a significant public health issue. Findings will identify characteristics of at-risk children, families and communities; mental health and juvenile justice outcomes.

Invisible practices: Intervention with fathers who use violence

Acknowledgement of lived experiences of violence

Invisible disability: Indigenous women living with traumatic brain injury

Domestic and family violence that leads to traumatic brain injury is a significant disability concern, yet, little is known about the intersection of the two for Indigenous Australian women.

Women and leadership in a century of Australian democracy

This examination of Australian women leaders addresses the National Research Priority area, frontier technologies.

Indigenous Justice Reports: new narratives and practices in sentencing

This project engages a participatory action research model to assess the impact of Indigenous Justice Reports in criminal sentencing on sentence practices and outcomes for Indigenous women.

Yarning with our mob about human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccination uptake.

This project aims to identify a range of modifiable factors that affect the participation of Indigenous adolescents in human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccination school programs.