The ANROWS Digital Library provides links to a broad range of evidence in the violence against women sector including research papers, reports and resources.

The library is committed to providing access to high-quality and accessible (open access) evidence to ensure that researchers, policymakers, and practitioners have access to research and resources that are relevant to their work in the prevention of violence against women.

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2022Community views on ‘Can perinatal services safely identify Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander parents experiencing complex trauma?’O'Dea, Birri; Andrews, Shawana; Krakouer, Jacynta; Mccalman, Pamela; Elliott, Alison; Atkinson, Judy; Bhathal, Alex; Gee, Graham; Chamberlain, Catherine; gray, paul; Herrman, Helen; Mensah, FionaJournal Article
2021‘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 findingsYu, Eunice; Murray, Minda; Brown, Chay; Thomassin, Annick; Yap, MandyReport
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
2021Rante-rante ampe Marle and Urreye: Implications for policy and practiceHoman, Sarah; Leung, Loksee; Simpson, Carmel; Brown, ChayReport
2022A Culturally Responsive Trauma-Informed Public Health Emergency Framework for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Communities in Australia, Developed during COVID-19Heris, Christina L.; Chamberlain, Catherine; Atkinson, Caroline; Mohamed, Janine; Fiolet, Renee; Jones, Kimberley A.; Bennetts, Shannon K; Bright, Tess; Graham, Simon; Kamitsis, IliasJournal Article
2022Improving services for Aboriginal women experiencing sexual violence: Working at the knowledge interfaceLindeman, Melissa A.; Togni, Samantha J.Journal Article
2021Interventions during pregnancy or up to two years after birth for parents who are experiencing complex trauma or have experienced maltreatment in their childhood (or both) to improve parenting capacity or socio‐emotional well‐beingRalph, Naomi; Bennetts, Shannon K; Clark, Yvonne; Mensah, Fiona; Hokke, Stacey; Brown, Stephanie J; Chamberlain, Catherine; Nicholson, Jan M; Reid, Carol; McKenzie, Joanne E; Brennan, Sue EJournal Article
2022Community perspectives on delivering trauma-aware and culturally safe perinatal care for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander parentsWoods, Cindy; Hine Moana, Anni; Reilly, Rachel; Fisher, Jane; McLachlan, Helen; Chamberlain, Catherine; Lynch, Johanna; Herrman, Helen; Fiolet, ReneeJournal Article
2022Key features of a trauma-informed public health emergency approach: A rapid reviewKennedy, Michelle; Chamberlain, Catherine; Chennall, Richard; Woods, Cindy; Mohamed, Janine; Atkinson, Caroline; Bennetts, Shannon K; Graham, Simon; Heris, Christina L.Journal Article
2022Law, culture and decolonisation: The perspectives of Aboriginal Elders on family violence in AustraliaMay, Suzie; Hovane, Victoria; Blagg, Harry; Raye, Donella; Tulich, Tamara; Worrigal, ThomasJournal Article