The June CDFVRe@der is now available.
Domestic and Family Violence Workforce Matters
Centring the frontline
Evaluation in frontline services
National Family Violence Bench Book Project.
Backing the Frontline: Workforce Development in the Domestic Violence Sector
Presented by Associate Professor Hillary Haldane
Feminists fought hard for recognition that domestic violence was a crime and helped to conceive and build the criminal justice response that now dominates the worldwide discourse on addressing domestic violence.More information
The June 2015 issue of the CDFVRe@der is now available.
The United Nations General Assembly, in its resolution 66/127, designated June 15 as World Elder Abuse Awareness Day.
Queensland has held a Domestic and Family Violence Prevention (DFVP) Month each May since 1992 to raise community awareness of the social and personal impacts of domestic and family violence, and the support available to those affected.
The March 2015 issue of the CDFVRe@der is now available.
Latest Research Seminar
Associate Professor Hillary Haldane
Hillary Haldane is currently Associate Professor of Anthropology and Director, Anthropology Program, in the Department of Sociology, Criminal Justice, and Anthropology Quinnipiac University, Hamden, Connecticut.
In this presentation, Associate Professor Haldane explores:
1. Transformation of the frontline over the past three decades
Featured Fact Sheet
This fact sheet is designed to answer questions women frequently ask when they are considering action to take in response to domestic violence (specifically, intimate partner abuse). It is designed to allay fears women may have about attending a domestic violence service by explaining what domestic violence services will and won't do, and also to help women who may not recall responses to all their questions when they do attend a service.