Arts Education Law

Study explores lives of women killed by partners

Most Australian women who become homicide victims are killed by current or former intimate partners and a new Griffith University study aims to find out why.
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Arts Education Law

Public forum aims to curb domestic and family violence

The Griffith University Violence Research and Prevention Program in partnership with the Queensland Government will host a public forum to discuss the Queensland Domestic and Family Violence Death Review and Advisory Board’s foundation year findings on May 8.
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Domestic Violence

Successful youth-led domestic violence strategy focus of new Griffith research

Evaluating the impact of a youth-led domestic violence strategy is the focus of new research at Griffith University.
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Arts Education Law

Tenancy law reform urgently needed to help domestic violence victims

Tenancy law reform is vital in reducing further domestic violence trauma
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Corporate

Griffith’s star contribution to project to stop violence

More than 12,000 stars woven by students and staff.
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Academic Administration

Griffith University accepts AHRC report recommendations

Following the release of the results of the Australian Human Rights Commission (AHRC) report into sexual assault and sexual harassment at Australian universities, Griffith University has committed to implementing the report’s recommendations in full. The wide ranging report, commissioned by Universities Australia (UA) on behalf of universities including Griffith, has made a total of nine […]
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Arts Education Law

Study explores lives of women killed by partners

A Griffith University study on female victims killed by their intimate partners will aid researchers in identifying risk factors to help improve women’s safety.
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Domestic Violence

Teresa Bradford: An inspiration to others in nursing

Teresa Bradford was genuine, understanding, compassionate and inspirational.
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Arts Education Law

Academics on domestic violence prevention council

Two Griffith University academics have been appointed to the  newly-established Domestic and Family Violence Prevention Council. The council has been set up by the Queensland Government to monitor implementation of recommendations from the Not Now, Not Ever: Putting an End to Domestic and Family Violence in Queensland report and the Queensland Domestic and Family Violence Prevention Strategy. Dr Shannon […]
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Domestic Violence

White Ribbon experience an eye opener

An internship has proven an education in life for this Griffith student
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Domestic Violence

Domestic Violence – not now, not ever

Messages from Australian of the Year Rosie Batty, Minister Shannon Fentiman and an appearance from professional boxer Alex (Lionheart) Leapai, will be the focus of the day at the #RU4Respect event at the Logan Campus of Griffith University.
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Arts Education Law

Women’s voices needed in push for peace

Following conflict, a new way of building peace needs to be negotiated.
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Arts Education Law

Specialist Domestic Violence Courts: Where do duty lawyers fit into the mix?

How do duty lawyers help those affected by domestic violence?
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Arts Education Law

Project Safe space – spotlight on domestic violence

A new Griffith University program is helping to raise awareness of the issues surrounding domestic violence.
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Domestic Violence

Midwives can help detect domestic violence – here’s how

One in six Australian women experience physical or sexual violence by someone they know at some point in their adult life, write Dr Kathleen Baird and Professor Debra Creedy, Menzies Health Institute Queensland.
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Domestic Violence

Understanding domestic violence and homicide

The symposium aims to promote awareness among researchers, policy-makers, practitioners and community representatives in working towards tangible solutions to prevent intimate partner violence. Griffith University Violence Research and Prevention Program Director Professor Paul Mazerolle said intimate partner violence affected many families and communities in Australia and overseas. “The challenges and consequences of intimate partner violence […]
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