The terrible murder of a British woman is a clear example of how our behaviour at work can be linked to violence against women.
The problem of gender-based violence and femicide in South Africa is structural and fuelled by inequalities that transect race, class, gender, sexuality and age.
The government’s violence against women strategy fails to adequately address the reasons for women’s lack of safety.
Investigations are underway over reports that Wayne Couzens exposed himself to women in the days leading up to his horrific crime.
When addressing domestic and partner violence, First Nations communities need to be involved in how men’s behaviour change programs are developed and delivered.
We have laudable goals on eradicating violence against women and children, but we are nowhere near achieving them. Here’s what needs to happen.
Researchers have interviewed hundreds of Afghan women about violence and mental health.
Culture change has been slow and difficult but the will to make life better for Afghan women was there. Now a big question mark hangs over their future.
Despite the present conversation, the fate of the Afghan women will soon disappear from of our consciousness, writes Michelle Grattan
The Taliban have given every indication women and girls will face violence and repression as they back control of Afghanistan.
Policies are needed to prevent child marriage and protect women who marry as children from abusive relationships.
A documentary series aimed to spark national conversation about criminalising coercive control. However, it highlighted power imbalances in conversations between Indigenous and non-Indigenous women.
A key part of the budget’s focus on women was a funding boost to help stop domestic violence.
There is an urgent need to address the high rates of violence against Indigenous women and children. Australia has been silent on these issues for too long.
A gender perspective on public health is essential to human rights and safety in crisis situations.
While the mobilization of mathematical literacy can be a powerful tool in the context of social movements, there is also dangers in numerating violence and pain.
Sexist attitudes and misogynistic behaviours are the product of how boys are socialised. School is where change needs to start
Turkey has withdrawn from a convention to protect the rights of women.
In trying to make sense of the recent mass killing in Georgia, it’s important to see that it was more than just violence against women and anti-Asian hate.
The Morrison government is counting on the news cycle moving on and protesters giving up.