Do the police really carry out a protective function?
Katie Thorburn speaks to Annalise from the 'Counting Dead Women' project.
Kitty-Jean Laginha analyses the illogical and detrimental character of criminal punishment.
I didn’t vote in the last State election, despite being eligible (and legally obliged) to do so. Faced with a corrupt Labor incumbent and a heartless Liberal challenger, I didn’t think it mattered much who won. It did. Last year, the State Government announced a package of reforms to homelessness services and women’s refuges in…
Astha Rajvanshi talks to students who have survived domestic violence.
Bernadette Anvia reflects on how an incident on state transit has affected her approach to campaigns to eliminate domestic violence and violence against wom*n.
Domestic violence in LGBTIQ relationships is more pervasive than it’s made out to be, writes Georgia Behrens.
Additional research by Madeleine King