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.

Please note that some content such as journal articles and books are restricted from public access due to copyright restrictions. Please refer to the information on the record to locate these resources externally.

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9999Exposure to family and domestic violence is associated with lower attendance and higher suspension in school childrenPreen, David; Orr, Carol; Fisher, Colleen; Bell, Megan; O'Donnell, Melissa; Martin, Karen; Glauert, RebeccaJournal 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
2021Injuries in mothers hospitalised for domestic violence-related assault: a whole-population linked data studySlack-Smith, Linda; O'Donnell, Melissa; Bulsara, Vishal Mahesh; Bulsara, Max K.; Codde, Jim; Preen, DavidJournal Article
2022Police body-worn cameras in response to domestic and family violence: A study of police perceptions and experiencesIliadis, Mary; Flynn, Asher; Tyson, Danielle; Harris, Bridget; Vakhitova, Zarina I.Book Chapter
2022Improving services for Aboriginal women experiencing sexual violence: Working at the knowledge interfaceLindeman, Melissa A.; Togni, Samantha J.Journal Article
Safe_Woman_Safe_Family_WA_evaluation_report.pdf.jpg2020Breaking the cycle of violenceSafe Woman Safe Family W.A.Report
2022The merits and risks of body-worn camera footage in domestic and family violence incidents and legal proceedings: a study of police perceptions and experiencesFlynn, Asher; Vakhitova, Zarina I.; Tyson, Danielle; Harris, Bridget; Iliadis, MaryJournal 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
2022Analysis of reporting of family violence reporting in print media in regional Western AustraliaRingin, Luke; Thompson, Sandra C.; Moran, MonicaJournal Article
2022Victim-survivors, family and domestic violence service providers and support people: Identification of priority issues for research and translation into policy and practiceUsher, Renee; McKenzie, Anne; Nguyen, Rebecca; O’Donnell, Melissa; Burrow, Samantha; Fisher, ColleenJournal Article