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Blagg-RR-LawCulture_1.pdf.jpg2020Understanding the role of Law and Culture in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities in responding to and preventing family violenceTulich, Tamara; May, Suzie; Worrigal, Teejay (Gooniyandi and Gija); Raye, Donella (Jabbir Jabbir and Bardi); Blagg, Harry; Hovane, Victoria (Ngarluma, Jaru, and Gooniyandi)Report
2006Ending family violence and abuse In Aboriginal And Torres Strait Islander communities : key issues – an overview paper of research and findings by the Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission, 2001-2006Calma, Tom (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Social Justice Commissioner)Report
2010Aboriginal women against violence project : evaluation reportRawsthorne, Margot; Smith, Alison; Chivell, AliceReport
FINAL-Advocacy-for-safety-and-empowerment-SOK-1.pdf.jpg2015Advocacy for safety and empowerment: State of knowledge paperO'Leary, Cath; Putt, Judy; Holder, RobynReport
2018What is known about family violence among Indigenous Australians?Australian Institute of Health and WelfareBook Chapter
2003Domestic violence resource manual : mid-north coastMid- North Coast Domestic Violence Committeeskit
2018Aboriginal Legal Service planning dataLaw and Justic Foundation of New South WalesWeb Page
FINAL-02_16_3_2-AIATSIS-Landscapes-WEB-1.pdf.jpg2016Existing knowledge, practice and responses to violence against women in Australian Indigenous communities: State of knowledge paperLovett, Ray; Olsen, AnnaReport
160324_1_7-Burden-of-Disease-FINAL_0.pdf.jpg2016Examination of the health outcomes of intimate partner violence against women : state of knowledge paperMoon, Lynelle; Webster, Kim; Ayre, Julie; On, Miriam LumReport
2009We don't shoot our wounded : what Aboriginal victims of family violence say about the violence, their access to justice and access to services in the ACT : community reportACT Victims of Crime CoordinatorReport Section