Infertility is tied to the instability of romantic relationships in Ghana.
Cyber abuse between intimate partners is common and devastating – there needs to be a greater focus on holding perpetrators to account.
Letting patients have access to their electronic health records may be a benefit for some. For others, it could create a living hell.
What drives a child to commit sexual abuse?
Traffic wastes time, creates pollution and costs money. But can it also affect us psychologically? A new study suggests that unexpected traffic can increase the incidence of domestic violence.
Police remain critical in the effort to tackling family violence in all its forms. But more than just a commitment to extra police and training is needed to improve outcomes for victim-survivors.
The UK's family court system is at breaking point.
An MP's attempt to block a bill to address violence against women was utterly misguided – here's why.
A new study has revealed heavy episodic drinking doubles the risk of family and domestic violence.
A ragged COAG meeting has ended with a split over a new competition agreement and public swipes at Malcolm Turnbull and his government.
The Turnbull government has announced it will strengthen the law relating to family violence.
Pornography is having negative impacts on children and young people. And increased sexual violence among children is only the tip of the iceberg.
Australia is now having a national conversation on domestic violence. Yet the way violence degrades women's financial status remains in the shadows. Much more needs to be done.
Has the Coalition government cut $35 million from frontline legal services for victims of domestic and family violence?
Violence against women is a national priority, and Aboriginal women are disproportionately affected. This must be reported on appropriately in the media.
Coercive and controlling behaviour is a crime – police now need to join the dots to save women at threat from partners.
Research shows the vastly different ways the two newspapers approach this important issue.
A study being launched today by Australia’s National Research Organisation for Women’s Safety confirms the serious impacts of intimate partner violence.
The way evidence and testimony is used in court makes it very hard to prove a relationship is coercive.
While potentially helpful in resolving extraordinary cases, an over-reliance on CCTV images to tell 'the truth' risks perpetuating certain myths regarding violence against women.