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Type: Report
Title: ‘Can I just share my story?’—Experiences of technology-facilitated abuse among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women from regional and remote areas: Executive summary and key findings
Authors: Yu, Eunice
Murray, Minda
Brown, Chay
Thomassin, Annick
Yap, Mandy
ANRA Topic: Drivers of violence against women
Technology-facilitated abuse
ANRA Population: Rural and remote communities
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Communities
Categories: Understanding victimisation and perpetration, and their impacts
Year: 2021
Publisher: eSafety Commissioner

This research explores how Indigenous women living in remote and regional areas experience technology-facilitated abuse.
The findings are based on interviews with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women and frontline support workers living in Central Australia, remote Western Australia and regional New South Wales.

There is a general lack of awareness about technology-facilitated abuse among Indigenous women living in these areas and their support workers. The report also reveals that abuse facilitated through technology has a serious and long-lasting impact on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women.

Appears in Collections:ANROWS Notepad 2021

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