This project is building new evidence about the economic dimensions of domestic and family violence, including women’s economic circumstances and financial needs following experience of violence, and the impact of income support, employment services, and financial support systems in building women’s economic security following violence. Results will improve the targeting, timing, adequacy and co-ordination of services and supports to promote women’s economic wellbeing following domestic and family violence.
Australia’s National Research Organisation for Women’s Safety (ANROWS)
- Domestic violence and womens economic security: Building Australia’s capacity for prevention and redress: Final report
- Domestic violence and women’s economic security: Building Australia’s capacity for prevention and redress: Key findings and future directions
- Building effective policies and services to promote women’s economic security following domestic violence: State of knowledge paper (PDF)
- Issues paper 1 - Supporting women to find and keep jobs following domestic violence (PDF) [1 Mb]
- Issues paper 2 - Responding to economic abuse (PDF) [675 Kb]
- Issues paper 3 - Researching the economic dimensions of domestic and family violence (PDF) [691 Kb]