The Cost of Violence against Women and their Children in Australia (May 2016)
The purpose of this Report is to update KPMG’s 2009 report and analysis, The Cost of Violence against Women and their Children. This Report also seeks to enhance, refine, and extend the previous approach to contribute better to the evidence base for the implementation of the National Plan and the development of the Third Action Plan 2016-2019.
Trafficking of women for sexual purposes
As a relatively new crime type, information and knowledge about trafficking in persons is still emerging. The AIC first examined the issue in 1999 as part of the United Nations Global Programme against Trafficking in Persons.
Literature Review on Domestic Violence Perpetrators
The purpose of this literature review is to provide an overview of the estimated incidence and prevalence of domestic violence and sexual assault in Australia, and the socio-demographic characteristics of perpetrators. Importantly, this literature review identified evaluations of domestic and sexual violence perpetrator intervention programs that have been undertaken nationally and internationally to describe the evidence regarding program effectiveness.
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