There are no guidelines for healthcare professionals.
According to a study by Parity, more than 40% of domestic violence victims are male.
Domestic violence in pregnancy not only causes distress and trauma for the mother, it also poses serious risks for the baby's health and development.
Are claims that intimate partner violence is the leading cause of death for Australian women aged 18-44 substantiated?
To justify giving police military-style weapons, there must be both a credible threat and an identified deficiency in current police capabilities.
Rob Porter's ex-wife Jennifer Willoughby wrote movingly about staying in what she described as an abusive relationship. Her experiences are echoed in studies of abused women across the country.
Providing paid family violence leave means we’re not asking victims to choose between accessing necessary support and financial security.
The Victorian government's new centre to prevent terrorist and lone actor attacks needs to fully understand the links between these types of attacks and violence against women.
Women with AIDS were excluded from the US definition of the syndrome until 1993. What's changed?
Speaking up and telling the truth is important, but we need to be mindful that it is risky, far from safe for all victims and survivors.
Domestic violence services have rightly focused most attention on meeting survivors' needs. Increasingly, though, organizations are involving men and boys in domestic violence prevention.
Years after their trials, he got in touch with the victims he thought he had helped. They described feeling ‘dumped’ by the system.
Intimate partner homicides where there is no known history of violence are not uncommon.
For every £1 spent delivering a support programme for domestic abusers, the value to society was £1.40.
Under recently announced Victoria Police changes, family violence will be investigated as major crime by specialised units.
A new study found that a small number of students starting university believe in some myths about sexual violence.
New laws are often seen as an answer in tackling intimate partner violence, but our research shows it is not always the best response.
Around 10% of women aged 16 to 24 say they have experienced domestic violence in the last year.
It is time for fundamentalist Christians to examine their own theology and face up to how it has contributed to the abuse of women, intentionally or otherwise.
Psychological abuse of intimate partners is a public health problem, and is not well-regulated by the law.