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dc.contributor.authorMcFerran, Ludoen
dc.identifier.citation53, Winter 2013en
dc.publisherAustralian Domestic & Family Violence Clearinghouse, UNSWen
dc.titleSafe at home, safe at work 2010-2013en
dc.title.alternativeAustralian Domestic and Family Violence Clearinghouse newsletteren
dc.typeJournal Articleen
dc.subject.keywordJournal article/research paperen
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dc.description.notesIn this feature article Ludo McFerran reflects on what motivated the Safe at Home, Safe at Work:project and all that it has achieved.<br/ ><br/ >The work was conducted by the University of New South Wales Centre for Gender Related Violence Studies (CGRVS) and started with a campaign to introduce domestic violence entitlements into the Australian workplace. Together with the ACTU, Safe at Home, Safe at Work:identified the need for a standardised, non-discretionary and enforceable approach by the Australian workplace, to protect Australian workers experiencing domestic and family violence and help them stay in their jobs and in their homes. The Safe at Home, Safe at Work:project worked towards the introduction of paid leave and flexible working arrangements which would support those living with intimate partner violence to remain in employment, providing the financial and psychological supports critical to women escaping domestic violence.<br/ ><br/ >After three hectic years of the national domestic violence and work project, funding for Safe at Home, Safe at Work:came to an end in June 2013. More than a million Australian workers now have domestic violence protections. New research, training and resources have been produced to enable employers and unions to understand and address the impacts of domestic violence in the workplace.<br/ ><br/ >Resources and information developed by the Safe at Home, Safe at Work:team are still available <a href="" target="_blank">here</a>.en
dc.identifier.sourceAustralian Domestic and Family Violence Clearinghouse newsletteren
dc.publisher.placeSydney, NSWen
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