Dr Kristin Diemer is a sociologist with specialist interest in measurement of violence against women and children. Working globally on national prevalence data and administrative data systems, she provides technical support and local capacity building for safe and ethical measurement of violence against women. She has authored three editions of the Victorian Family Violence database, worked on two Victorian Law Reform Commissions and four waves of the National Community Attitudes Survey on Violence against Women and sits on the several technical advisory committees including the Australian Personal Safety Survey and the World Health Organisation for VAW measurement. Her current research supports countries in the Asia and Pacific Regions. In partnership with UNFPA she co-leads the kNOwVAWdata program (knowvawdata.com).