domestic violence

The Guardian • domestic violence

Half the Sky column logo Issue #2066

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A report on sexual violence court cases in NSW has found that reforms to the justice system over the past 40 years have made improvements...

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Half the Sky column logo Issue #2099

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Anthony Albanese recently announced a five thousand dollar “leaving violence payment,” showing that Labor is completely unwilling to provide the services that domestic violence survivors...

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Quill and ink . Issue #2099

LETTTERS

Domestic violence – addressing causes as well as symptoms As the government pauses to consider shelling up over $1 billion to address domestic violence, Australians...

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Half the Sky column logo Issue #2070

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Will Labor’s bill help working women? E Lennon Workplace relations minister, Tony Burke, has tabled a bill aimed at tackling several issues faced by workers...

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Issue #1974

Victorian reforms feed national conversation about sexual violence

In February 2020, changes to the Judicial Proceedings Reports Act made it an offence in Victoria to publicly identify the victim of a sexual offence.

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Issue #1979

Women’s Safety Summit – a responsibility for all

The National Summit on Women’s Safety was held over two days earlier this month

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Issue #2035

Hear her voice

This article contains references to examples of experiences of First Nations peoples, and language that is disrespectful and offensive to their culture, history, people and...

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Issue #2014

The tragedy of inaccessible housing and domestic violence

On 1st February at 11:35 PM, I was given the news that my friend, Aminah Hayat, had been allegedly killed by her husband. I had...

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Issue #1952

Domestic violence and its systemic perpetration

At least one child is killed by a parent every month; one woman is murdered every week by a partner or former partner; another hospitalised every three hours.

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Issue #2018

Paid family and domestic violence leave a huge win for workers

At the end of last month, working-class people across the country achieved a momentous victory when a bill tabled by Workplace Relations Minister Tony Burke...

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Issue #2078

DINGO

“Violence against women is a national crisis,” says Kate Fitz-Gibbon from Monash University’s Gender and Family Violence Prevention Centre. “These deaths represent the tip of...

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Issue #2015

Policy-induced violence

At least one child is killed by a parent every month; one woman is murdered every week by a partner or former partner; another hospitalised...

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Issue #2019

Promising: Workplace reforms on the horizon

In an honest assessment, the Albanese government has come out the gate with a series of important industrial reforms: an increased minimum wage, paid family,...

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Global briefs Issue #2081

GLOBAL BRIEFS

NETHERLANDS: Populist right-wing politician Geert Wilders and his Freedom Party (PVV) claimed victory in the Dutch general elections. The result was described as ‘shocking’ and...

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