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.

If you have any questions or need help accessing resources, please contact publications@anrows.org.au.


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2022Trends in domestic violence-related stalking and intimidation offences in the criminal justice system: 2012 to 2021Kim, Min-Taec; Fitzgerald, Jackie; Ramsey, StephanieReport
02_March-public_Art_1.pdf.jpg2022Research on sexual assault to inform the courts and legal professionalsJudicial Commission of NSWJournal Article
2022National domestic and family violence bench bookDouglas, Heather; Ehler, Hannahbook
9-Mar-2022At the borders: Exploring migrant women’s experiences of precarity, family violence and help-seeking in Victoria, AustraliaVasil, StefVideo
2022Australian police perceptions of women’s police stationsCarrington, Kerry; Ryan, Vanessa; Rodgers, JessJournal Article
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
2023The Australian National Research Agenda to End Violence against Women and Children (ANRA) 2023–2028Lloyd, Jane; Dembele, Lula; Dawes, Cassandra; Jane, Sarah; MacMillan, Lucy; ANROWSReport
2022The role of technology in improving access to justice for victims of family violence: Challenges and opportunitiesSato, Mai; Weinberg, Jacqueline; Domingo-Cabarrubias, Leavides; Woodlock, Delanie; Alexander, Christopher; Grant, GenevieveJournal Article
2022Addressing the problem of direct cross-examination in Australian family law proceedingsWangmann, Jane; Booth, Tracey; Kaye, MirandaJournal Article
2022Police responses to domestic and family violenceNew South Wales Auditor-GeneralReport