Thank you to everybody who contributed to the ANROWS Conference Poster Exhibition.  The Collection, outlined below, reflects an important snapshot of research translations and research projects relating to violence against women and their children that is underway around the country in universities, service organisations, and government departments.

The range of work covers domestic, family and sexual violence, with reference to economic abuse, suicide, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, mental health, technology, early learning programs, and more.

The poster collection will be on display at the Conference.


Posters on display:

Challenging misconceptions about sexual offending
  • Dr Patrick Tidmarsh, Family Violence Command, Victoria Police
  • Dr Gemma Hamilton, RMIT University
  • Dr Antonia Quadara, Australian Institute of Family Studies
Domestic violence and suicide
  • Anna Butler, NSW Domestic Violence Review Team
  • Emma Buxton-Namisnyk, NSW Domestic Violence Review Team
eSafety for women: From culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds in Australia who are exposed to technology-facilitated abuse
  • Office of the eSafety Commissioner
Evaluation of City of Belmont safeguarding families domestic violence advocacy (BSGF) service: Emerging findings
  • Dr Ellie Tighe, Ruah Community Services
  • Dr Karen Martin, Population and Public Health, UWA
  • Tori Cooke, Justice and Family Services, Ruah Community Services
Explore culturally suitable “Safe at Home” security options or solutions for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women experiencing domestic and family violence in remote areas of Queensland
  • Sharon Barnes, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Research Unit, Ipsos
  • Kylie Brosnan
  • Judy Putt
  • kylie valentine
  • Cynthia O’Loughlin
  • Kara Bero
  • Noel Niddrie
Family and Community Safety for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples (FaCtS): Mixed methods study protocol
  • National Centre for Epidemiology and Population Health, Australian National University
  • Centre for Social Research and Methods, Australian National University
Good practice in Indigenous-led violence against women interventions
  • Chay Brown, Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research, Australian National University
Home free: What does it take to be #homefree?
  • Bonnie Support Services (NSW)
“I’m not one of those guys!” Men who perpetrate family violence: Through the eyes of lawyers
  • Georgina E. Carr
  • Despina Sfakinos, Australian College of Applied Psychology
Rainbow Fox Gender Equity in the Early Years Resource Kit
  • Bonnie Support Services
Strategic action plan for violence prevention in Geraldton
  • Alison Adam, Desert Blue  Connect
  • Daphne White, Desert Blue Connect
  • Margie Robinson, Desert Blue Connect
Understanding the directionality of mental health problems and sexual violence
  • Dr Susan Rees, Psychiatry Teaching and Research Unit, UNSW Australia
  • Lisa Simpson, Sexual Assault Counselling Service, Health NSW
  • Clare McCormack, Psychiatry Teaching and Research Unit, UNSW Australia
  • Sue Amanatidis, Specialist Services, Community Health, Sydney Local Health District
Understanding the experiences and effects of economic abuse for women in Australia
  • Darcee Schulze, School of Occupational Therapy, Social Work and Speech Pathology, Curtin University
  • Prof. Donna Chung, School of Occupational Therapy, Social Work and Speech Pathology, Curtin University
Workplaces driving the prevention of men’s violence against women: Understanding what employees think about men’s violence against women, their role as bystanders, and the positive role of the workplace.
  • Jennifer Mullen, White Ribbon Australia
  • Ronan Smyth, White Ribbon Australia
Non-ANROWS funded research information resource

In order to coordinate and promote research nationally, ANROWS produced the National Research Agenda to Reduce Violence against Women and their Children. Current research projects not funded by ANROWS, but which align with the National Research Agenda, are collated for display on the ANROWS website.

If you are interested in having your project included on this page, please complete this online form.