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2002ya pulingina kani - good to see you talkPugh, RoyReport 
2002Ya pulingina kani: Good to see you talkIndigenous Family Violence Project Tasmania,Generic 
2009Yajilarra : to dream : Aboriginal women leading change in remote Australia [DVD]Hogan, Melanie; Latimer, Janedvd 
1993Yalnizca siz degilsiniz : you are not the only one [Turkish] [videorecording]Immigrant Women's Speakout AssociationVideo 
2010Yarnin' research – inner-city Aboriginal women and domestic violenceCox, Eva; Pearce, SonyaReport 
2010Yarning about yarning as a legitimate method in Indigenous researchNg'andu, B; Bessarab, DawnJournal Article 
2014The Yarning Up! project report 2013-2014Little, Bruce; Blair, Barbara; Chapman, James; Little, Lavina; Walker, Coral; Tanner, Georgina; Prentice, KathyReport 
2000Year nine prevention of violence program : relationships - good bad and uglyLithgow Domestic Vilence Liaison CommitteeReport 
1998Yitpi : fun with feelings [English] [Aboriginal language(s)] [Ngarrindjeri] [Kaurna] [Pitjantjatjara][videorecording]Silard, KathyVideo 
2010Yorgum Aboriginal family counselling serviceLawrence, MarkJournal Article 
2004You are a "competent person"...under the migration regulations : a message to doctors and nursesImmigrant Women's SpeakoutFact Sheet 
2008You can afford to leave : a financial guide for women and children experiencing domestic violenceSharp, Nicola; Hopkins, NickBooklet 
2008You can degrade but you can't hit: differences in perceptions of psychological versus physical aggressionArriaga, Ximena B; Capezza, Nicole MJournal Article 
Family_20violence_20shows.pdf.jpg2010You can't hide it - family violence showsVenkatraman, Rugmini; Versha, AmritReport 
2018You can't just assume : (de)constructing masculinities in sexual violence prevention peer education programsHildebrandt, KatherineThesis 
2022‘You can’t actually escape it’: Policing the use of technology in domestic violence in rural AustraliaHarris, Bridget; Woodlock, DelanieJournal Article 
2022“You Can’t Replace That Feeling of Connection to Culture and Country”: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Parents’ Experiences of the COVID-19 PandemicHeris, Christina L.; Chamberlain, Catherine; Atkinson, Caroline; Mohamed, Janine; Jones, Kimberley A.; Davis, Elise; Fiolet, Renee; Bennetts, Shannon K; Kennedy, Michelle; Bright, TessJournal Article 
2022“You can’t swim well if there is a weight dragging you down”: cross-sectional study of intimate partner violence, sexual assault and child abuse prevalence against Australian nurses, midwives and carersDiemer, Kristin; Spiteri-Staines, Anneliese; Kuruppu, Jacqueline; McLindon, Elizabeth; Hegarty, Kelsey LJournal Article 
2019“You Do Not Think of Me as a Human Being”: Race and Gender Inequities Intersect to Discourage Police Reporting of Violence against WomenHameeduddin, Zaynab; Miller, Janice; Decker, Michele R; Holliday, Charvonne N.; Shah, Roma; Goodmark, Leigh; Dantzler, JoyceJournal Article 
251903380-You-Me-and-Us-Respectful-Relationships-Education-Program-project-evaluation-report-1.pdf.jpg2014You, me and us respectful relationships education program : project evaluation reportWomen's Health WestReport