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This section provides recent reference details and - where available - links and abstracts for general publications relating to family violence among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. References include journal articles, reports, theses, and other literature. To access our complete database please use our bibliography..

2016

Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet (2016)

Overview of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health status 2015.

Perth, WA: Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet

This report provides recent information on:

  • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander populations
  • the context of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health
  • various measures of population health status
  • selected health conditions
  • health risk and protective factors.

This Overview draws on statistics and other published and unpublished materials to provide up-to-date, detailed information about the health of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in 2015. It highlights a number of improvements in certain aspects of Indigenous health, but underlines that ongoing work is needed to 'close the gap' in health status between Indigenous and other Australians.

Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet abstract

Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (2016)

Australian Burden of Disease Study: impact and causes of illness and death in Australia 2011.

Canberra: Australian Institute of Health and Welfare

Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (2016)

Child protection Australia 2014-15.

Canberra: Australian Institute of Health and Welfare

Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (2016)

Domestic and family violence and homelessness 2011-12 to 2013-14.

Retrieved 3 February 2016 from http://www.aihw.gov.au/homelessness/domestic-violence-and-homelessness/

Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (2016)

The views of children and young people in out-of-home care: overview of indicator results from a pilot national survey 2015.

Canberra: Australian Institute of Health and Welfare

Ayre J, On ML, Webster K, Gourley M, Moon L (2016)

Examination of the burden of disease of intimate partner violence against women in 2011: final report.

Sydney: Australia's National Research Organisation for Women's Safety

This report extends results from the Australian Burden of Disease Study 2011 to produce detailed estimates of the health burden due to exposure to intimate partner violence (IPV) that are specific to Australian women in 2011, including data for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women. The report is divided into the following chapters:

  • introduction
  • definitions of IPV
  • methods
  • estimate of effect for linked disease
  • findings
  • discussion on implication of findings, limitations and future direction
  • appendix.

Abstract adapted from authors

Breckenridge J, Chung D, Spinney A, Zufferey C (2016)

National mapping and meta-evaluation outlining key features of effective 'safe at home' programs that enhance safety and prevent homelessness for women and their children who have experienced domestic and family violence: final report.

Sydney: Australia's National Research Organisation for Women's Safety

Breckenridge J, Rees S, Valentine K, Murray S (2016)

Meta-evaluation of existing interagency partnerships, collaboration, coordination and/or integrated interventions and service responses to violence against women: key findings and future directions.

Sydney: Australia's National Research Organisation for Women's Safety

Cunneen C, Rowe S (2016)

Re-considering the relationship between Indigenous people and violence.

In: Julie Stubbs J, Tomsen SA, eds. Australian violence: crime, criminal justice and beyond. Annandale, NSW: The Federation Press:

Hamilton G, Powell MB, Brubacher SP (2016)

Professionals' perceptions regarding the suitability of investigative interview protocols with Aboriginal children.

Australian Psychologist; Early view(http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/ap.12196):

Hamilton G, Brubacher SP, Powell MB (2016)

Investigative interviewing of Aboriginal children in cases of suspected sexual abuse.

Journal of Child Sexual Abuse; 25(4): 363-381

Healing Foundation (2016)

Torres Strait and Kaurareg Aboriginal peoples healing strategy.

Canberra: Healing Foundation

Marchetti E, Daly K (2016)

Indigenous partner violence, Indigenous sentencing courts, and pathways to desistance.

Violence Against Women; Online first(http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/1077801216662341):

Robinson G, Mares S, Arney F (2016)

Continuity, engagement and integration: early intervention in remote Australian Aboriginal communities.

Australian Social Work; Latest articles(http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/0312407X.2016.1146315):

Royal Commission into Family Violence (2016)

Royal Commission into Family Violence summary and recommendations.

Melbourne: Royal Commission into Family Violence

Russell L (2016)

2016‐17 Budget: Indigenous affairs.

Sydney: Menzies Centre for Health Policy

This report provides an analysis of the Indigenous provisions in the 2016-17 federal budget. It considers current and past strategies, policies, programs and funding, and is supported, where possible, by data and information drawn from government agencies, reports and published papers. The opinions expressed are solely those of the author.

Abstract from author

Senior K, Chenhall R (2016)

'As long as he's coming home to me': vulnerability, jealousy and violence in young people's relationships in remote, rural and regional Australia.

Health Sociology Review; Latest articles(http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/14461242.2016.1157697):

Shepherd SM (2016)

Violence risk instruments may be culturally unsafe for use with Indigenous patients.

Australasian Psychiatry; OnlineFirst(http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/1039856216665287): 1-3

Stathopoulos M, Jenkinson R (2016)

Establishing the connection: interventions linking service responses for sexual assault with drug or alcohol use/abuse: final report.

Sydney: Australia's National Research Organisation for Women's Safety

Stathopoulos M, Jenkinson R (2016)

Establishing the connection: interventions linking service responses for sexual assault with drug or alcohol use/abuse: key findings and future directions.

Sydney: Australia's National Research Organisation for Women's Safety

Trevena J, Poynton S (2016)

Does a prison sentence affect future domestic violence reoffending?.

Sydney: NSW Bureau of Crime Statistics and Research

Western Australian Regional Services Reform Unit (2016)

Resilient Families, Strong Communities: a roadmap for regional and remote Aboriginal communities.

Perth, WA: Western Australian Regional Services Reform Unit

This report sets out the Western Australia (WA) Government's plan for long-term reform in regional and remote Aboriginal communities, and its priority actions for the next two years. The report is intended to be used by the WA Government, in consultation with other agencies, communities and industry, to bring about improvements to the standard of living for Aboriginal people, initially in the regional and remote communities of the Pilbara and Kimberley.

The report focuses on the three main areas of improving living conditions, supporting families, and providing more opportunities. Ten priority actions are given for the first two year stage of the reform process.

Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet abstract

2015

Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (2015)

Developing a linked data collection to report on the relationships between child protection and youth justice supervision.

Canberra: Australian Institute of Health and Welfare

Breckenridge J, Rees S, Valentine K, Murray S (2015)

Meta-evaluation of existing interagency partnerships, collaboration, coordination and/or integrated interventions and service responses to violence against women: state of knowledge paper.

Sydney: Australia's National Research Organisation for Women's Safety

Burns J, Burrow S, Drew N, Elwell M, Gray C, Harford-Mills M, Hoareau J, Lynch R, MacRae A, O’Hara T, Potter C, Ride K, Trzesinski A (2015)

Overview of Australian Indigenous health status, 2014.

Perth, WA: Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet

This report provides recent information on:

  • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander populations
  • the context of Indigenous health
  • various measures of population health status
  • selected health conditions
  • health risk and protective factors.

This Overview draws on statistics and other published and unpublished materials to provide up-to-date, detailed information about the health of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in 2014. It highlights a number of improvements in certain aspects of Indigenous health, but underlines that ongoing work is needed to 'close the gap' in health status between Indigenous and other Australians.

Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet abstract

Campo M (2015)

Children's exposure to domestic and family violence: key issues and responses.

Melbourne: Australian Institute of Family Studies

Carnes R (2015)

Applying a We Al-Li Educaring framework to address histories of violence with Aboriginal women.

Geelong, Vic: Centre for Rural Regional Law and Justice

This report is an evaluation of a 20-day training program run by We Al-li for Aboriginal women at the Alice Springs Correction Centre (ASCC) in September 2015. The Educaring program was contracted by the Kunga family violence program to address violence in the context of intergenerational violence with the aim of diverting a return to violence as the norm upon exit from the justice system.

The program was evaluated by Dr Roslyn Carnes of Deakin University School of Law and this report includes recommendations and provides an economic evaluation of the program.

Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet abstract

Cripps K, Webster K (2015)

2013 National Community Attitudes towards Violence Against Women Survey (NCAS): Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders' attitudes towards violence against women.

Melbourne: Victorian Health Promotion Foundation

Department of Social Services (2015)

Reducing violence against women and their children.

Canberra: Australian Government

Fergus L, Partridge E (2015)

Change the story: a shared framework for the primary prevention of violence against women and their children in Australia.

Melbourne: Our Watch

Hall and Partners Open Mind (2015)

The Line campaign: summary of research findings.

Melbourne: Our Watch

Jeffries S, Bond CEW (2015)

Taking the problem seriously? Sentencing Indigenous and non-Indigenous domestic violence offenders.

Australian & New Zealand Journal of Criminology; 48(4): 463-482

Kearney S, Gleeson C (2015)

Strengthening hospital responses to family violence - stage one: final evaluation report.

Melbourne: Our Watch

Mackay E, Gibson A, Lam H, Beecham D (2015)

Perpetrator interventions in Australia: key findings and future directions.

Sydney: Australia's National Research Organisation for Women's Safety

McKail B (2015)

Inquiry into compliance with the intent of the Aboriginal Child Placement Principle.

Melbourne: Victorian Council of Social Service

Melbourne Citymission (2015)

Submission to the Royal Commission into family violence.

Melbourne: Melbourne Citymission

Sammut J (2015)

The madness of Australian child protection: why adoption will rescue Australia's underclass children.

Ballarat, Vic: Connor Court Publishing

Ngadluku Purkarna Tirra-apinthi: Protecting our Elders: service provider handbook (2015)

South Australian Department for Communities and Social Inclusion

This handbook is a cultural resource package, which aims to assist service providers in responding to older person abuse. The handbook is the product of a research project, which sought to acknowledge and build on the achievements of community sector organisations, in their measurable responses to older person abuse in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities.

This handbook includes a number of sections of relevance to service providers, including:

  • abuse of older people
  • recognising older person abuse
  • risk factors
  • barriers to disclosing abuse
  • barriers to responding to abuse
  • key principles and Aboriginal cultural protocols for responding to abuse
  • case studies
  • a list of contacts in the topic area.

The handbook is an initiative of the South Australian Department for Communities and Social Inclusion. It was designed for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

Abstract adapted from South Australian Department for Communities and Social Inclusion

Special Taskforce on Domestic and Family Violence in Queensland (2015)

Not now; not ever: putting and end to domestic violence in Queensland.

Brisbane: Queensland Government

2014

Fast facts - Indigenous family violence (2014)

Australia's National Research Organisation for Women's Safety

This factsheet provides a brief outline of the current statistics on family violence for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. It provides statistical information and highlights links between family violence and colonisation.

Abstract adapted from Australia's National Research Organisation for Women's Safety

Biddle N (2014)

The relationship between community and individual measures of wellbeing: comparisons by remoteness for Indigenous Australians.

Australian Geographer; 45(1): 53-69

Aboriginal family health worker model: a trauma informed approach (2014)

Education Centre Against Violence

George G, Harris B (2014)

Landscapes of violence: women surviving family violence in regional and rural Victoria.

Melbourne: Centre for Rural and Regional Law and Justice, Deakin University

Our WATCh (2014)

Reporting on family violence in Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander communities.

Melbourne: Our WATCh

Peterson N, Merlan F (2014)

Two takes on social problems in Central Australia.

Australian Aboriginal Studies; 2014(1): 88-89

Russon BJ (2014)

The law of equality and justice: evaluating domestic violence outcomes for Aboriginal women in New South Wales.

Doctor of Juridical Science thesis, University of New South Wales: Sydney

Sammut J (2014)

The kinship conundrum : the impact of Aboriginal self-determination on Indigenous child protection.

Sydney: Centre for Independent Studies

This report examines the escalating crisis in Indigenous child welfare and outlines how policies designed to prevent a new Stolen generation risk maintaining the gaps in social outcomes between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians.

Abstract adapted from The Centre for Independent Studies

Tayton S, Moore S, Campo M, Kaspiew R (2014)

Groups and communities at risk of domestic and family violence: a review and evaluation of domestic and family violence prevention and early intervention services focusing on at-risk groups and communities.

Melbourne: Australian Institute of Family Studies

Victorian Health Promotion Foundation (2014)

Australians' attitudes to violence against women: findings from the 2013 National Community Attitudes towards violence against women Survey (NCAS).

Melbourne: Victorian Health Promotion Foundation

Walden I, Wall L (2014)

Reflecting on primary prevention of violence against women: the public health approach.

Melbourne: Australian Centre for the Study of Sexual Assault

2013

Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (2013)

National framework for protecting Australia's children 2009-2020: technical paper on operational definitions and data issues for key national indicators.

Canberra: Australian Institute of Health and Welfare

Bugeja L, Butler A, Buxton E, Ehrat H, Hayes M, McIntyre S, Walsh C (2013)

The implementation of domestic violence death reviews in Australia.

Homicide Studies; 17(4): 353-374

Hams K, Murray B, Butorac A, Cox A, Dudgeon P, Swift S (2013)

The National Empowerment Project Cherbourg.

Canberra: Commonwealth of Australia

Office of the Children’s Commissioner (2013)

Children's Commissioner Northern Territory annual report 2012-2013.

Darwin: Office of the Children’s Commissioner, Northern Territory Government

Ryder A, Blurton D, Hansen C, Collard L, Bracknell C, Butorac A, Cox A, Dudgeon P, Swift S (2013)

The National Empowerment Project Perth.

Canberra: Commonwealth of Australia

Steering Committee for the Review of Government Service Provision (2013)

Report on government services 2013: Indigenous compendium.

Canberra: Productivity Commission

This publication draws on the Report on government services 2013 to present data specific to the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander population. It reports on the delivery of mainstream services to Indigenous people including services for:

  • childcare, education and training
  • justice
  • emergency management
  • health
  • community services
  • housing and homelessness.

Performance reporting focuses on the degree to which the objective for a service is met. The report details the objective (outcomes) for each service stated and the performance indicators measuring the achievement of each objective.

Improvements in reporting by Indigenous status has allowed for detailed reporting for Indigenous children enrolled and attending preschool and elapsed times for aged care services to Indigenous people.

Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet abstract

Tjalaminu M, Miller D, Collard L, Bracknell C, Butorac A, Cox A, Dudgeon P, Swift S (2013)

The National Empowerment Project Northam/Toodyay.

Canberra: Commonwealth of Australia

2012

730 (2012)

Yuendumu violence overshadows AFL pride.

: Australian Broadcasting Corportion

Allison F, Cunneen C, Schwartz M, Behrendt L (2012)

Indigenous legal needs project: NT report.

Cairns, Qld: James Cook University

Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (2012)

Specialist homelessness services 2011-12.

Canberra: Australian Institute of Health and Welfare

This report is the first annual report arising from the Specialist homelessness services collection (SHSC), and provides information about clients of specialist homelessness agencies who were assisted in 2011-12, and the support they received. Specialist homelessness agencies that are funded under the National affordable housing agreement (NAHA) and the National partnership agreement on homelessness (NPAH) are included in the collection.

The report includes:

  • a profile of all clients assisted by specialist homelessness agencies
  • comparison of clients who were already homeless with that of clients who were at risk of homelessness
  • findings for populations of special interest
  • details of specialist homeless services, including size, agency type and remoteness area
  • data on clients who requested, but did not receive, assistance
  • information on trends in the homelessness services client population for the period 2008‒09 to 2011‒12.

The report was prepared by staff of the Housing and Homelessness Group of the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW).

Abstract adapted from the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare

Australian Law Reform Commission (2012)

Family violence and commonwealth laws - improving legal frameworks : final report.

Sydney: Australian Government

Australian Law Reform Commission (2012)

Family violence and commonwealth laws - improving legal frameworks : summary report.

Sydney: Australian Government

Bromfield L, Sutherland K, Parker R (2012)

Families with multiple and complex needs: best interests case practice model - specialist practice resource.

Melbourne: Victorian Department of Human Services

Cripps K, Davis M (2012)

Communities working to reduce Indigenous family violence.

Canberra: Indigenous Justice Clearinghouse

This report provides information about family violence among Indigenous communities and focuses on some promising programs developed by communities and governments both within Australia and internationally. This report provides details on:

  • support programs (including Indigenous Family Violence Prevention Legal Services, and New Zealand's Tu Tama Wahine Taranaki and Tu Whare Ruruhau o Meri programs)
  • behavioral reform programs (including Ke Ala Lokahi in Hawaii)
  • community policing and monitoring programs (including night patrols, and shelter and protection programs)
  • justice programs (including healing circles and Indigenous sentencing courts)
  • mediation programs (including Mawul rom)
  • education and awareness programs (including the Mildura family violence and sexual assault campaign, New Zealand's NgatiPorou community education project, Aboriginal women against violence project)
  • holistic programs (including Balgo's women's law camp, and the Aboriginal family and community healing program)
  • alcohol restrictions
  • factors affecting family violence among Indigenous people.

Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet abstract

Diemer K (2012)

Measuring family violence in Victoria: Victorian family violence database: volume 5: eleven year trend analysis 1999 - 2010.

Melbourne: Victorian Department of Justice

Family Law Council (2012)

Improving the family law system for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander clients.

Canberra: Australian Government Attorney-General's Department

Family Law Council (2012)

Improving the family law system for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders clients: a report to the Attorney-General prepared by the Family Law Council.

Canberra: Family Law Council

Gardiner H, Wilson G (2012)

Responding to family violence in Aboriginal communities: The NSW Aboriginal Family Health Strategy.

New South Wales Public Health Bulletin; 23(4): 59-60

Healing Foundation (2012)

Our healing our way: Alice Springs healing forum report May 2012.

Canberra: Healing Foundation

Lohoar S (2012)

Safe and supportive Indigenous families and communities for children: a synopsis and critique of Australian research.

Melbourne: Child Family Community Australia

This report provides the outcomes of a review that examined programs and projects focusing on Indigenous family violence and child protection. This paper found that elements of effective service include:

  • providing long time-frames for programs to build trust with communities, identify client needs, develop effective engagement strategies, foster culturally appropriate understanding for all staff, and develop evaluations focusing on longer-term outcomes
  • Indigenous participation in all levels of program planning, development, and delivery
  • engagement with Indigenous families
  • holistic and culturally sensitive services
  • collaboration between partners
  • longer-term funding opportunities for services
  • appropriate program evaluation.

Abstract adapted from the Child Family Community Australia

Office of the Children’s Commissioner (2012)

Children's Commissioner Northern Territory annual report 2011-2012.

Darwin: Office of the Children’s Commissioner, Northern Territory Government

Oliver S (2012)

The victimisation of Indigenous children.

In: Sheehan R, Rhoades H, Stanley N, eds. Vulnerable children and the law : international evidence for improving child welfare, child protection and children's rights. Philadelphia: Jessica Kingsley Publishers: 127-143

2011

Australian Human Rights Commission (2011)

Social justice report 2011.

Canberra: Australian Human Rights Commission

This publication presents the second social justice report by Mick Gooda, the current Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Social Justice Commissioner. It reports on the developments in the human rights of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people for the 2010/2011 period. The theme of the report is lateral violence and its relevance to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities and how human rights frameworks can address this issue. Mick Gooda's review focuses on developments relating to the:

  • National Congress of Australia's First Peoples
  • Indigenous Human Rights Network Australia
  • Northern Territory Emergency Response
  • Australian Government's engagement framework
  • recognition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in the Australian Constitution
  • situation in Alice Springs
  • Close the Gap campaign
  • marking of 20 years since the Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody
  • Indigenous Economic Development Strategy.

Recommendations are outlined in the report.

Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet abstract

Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (2011)

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health performance framework 2010: detailed analyses.

Canberra: Australian Institute of Health and Welfare

Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (2011)

The health and welfare of Australia's Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people: an overview 2011.

Canberra: Australian Institute of Health and Welfare

This overview is a summary of Indigenous health and welfare at the national level. Topics covered include:

  • demographic characteristics
  • determinants of health and welfare: socioeconomic factors, housing, community capacity, behavioural factors, and social and emotional wellbeing
  • health and functioning: disability, community functioning, and health conditions
  • mortality and life expectancy of mothers and babies, children, young people and older people
  • health care and support services, including health and welfare expenditure.

The report compares Indigenous statistics to the non-Indigenous statistics on the same health and welfare issues and provides time series data where available. It relates the picture of Indigenous health and welfare to the goals set by the Council of Australian Governments and the raft of measures under Closing the gap agreement aimed at reducing the health gap between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians. For the first time, the report looks at the impact of chronic diseases on the life expectancy gap, currently estimated to be 12 years for men and 10 years for women. It shows that about 80% of the mortality gap can be attributed to chronic diseases, most significantly heart diseases (22%), diabetes (12%) and liver diseases (11%).

The report is accompanied by nine online papers on specific topics, available from the Indigenous observatory: Indigenous life expectancy and mortality, child safety, eye health, disability, access to health services, chronic disease and older people.

Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet abstract

Australian Law Reform Commission (2011)

Family violence - Commonwealth laws: discussion paper.

Sydney: Australian Law Reform Commission

Child and Adolescent Community Health (2011)

Health and wellbeing profile of young Western Australians.

Perth: Department of Health, Western Australia

Holmes C, McRae-Williams E (2011)

“Captains” and “Selly-welly”: Indigenous women and the role of transactional sex in homelessness.

Canberra: Department of Families, Housing, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs

McFerran L (2011)

Safe at home, safe at work? National domestic violence and the workplace survey.

Sydney: Australian Domestic and Family Violence Clearinghouse

Mitchell L (2011)

Domestic violence in Australia - an overview of the issues.

Canberra: Parliamentary Library

New South Wales Department of Family and Community Services (2011)

Child deaths 2010 annual report: learning to improve services.

Sydney: New South Wales Department of Family and Community Services

NSW Health (2011)

Aboriginal family health strategy 2011–2016 : responding to family violence in Aboriginal communities.

Sydney: NSW Health

VicHealth (2011)

Violence against women in Australia: research summary.

Melbourne: VicHealth

Wenitong M, David B (2011)

Providers, protectors, warriors.

O&G Magazine; 13(3): 44-46

2010

Australian Law Reform Commission (2010)

Family violence—improving legal frameworks: consultation paper.

Sydney: Australian Law Reform Commission

Bagshaw D, Brown T, Wendt S, Campbell A, McInnes E, Tinning B, Batagol B, Sifris A, Tyson D, Baker J, Fernandez Arias P (2010)

Family violence and family law in Australia: the experiences and views of children and adults from families who separated post-1995 and post-2006.

Canberra: Attorney-General's Department, Australia

Bartels L (2010)

Emerging issues in domestic/family violence research.

Canberra: Australian Institute of Criminology

Cripps K (2010)

Indigenous family violence: pathways forward.

In: Purdie N, Dudgeon P, Walker R, eds. Working together: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander mental health and wellbeing principles and practice. Canberra: Department of Health and Ageing: 145-154

Cunneen C (2010)

Alternative and improved responses to domestic and family violence in Queensland Indigenous communities.

Sydney: University of New South Wales

Finnane M, Richards J (2010)

Aboriginal violence and state response: histories, policies and legacies in Queensland 1860-1940.

Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology; 43(2): 238-262

Gooda M (2010)

Justice reinvestment: a new strategy to address family violence.

Paper presented at the National Indigenous Family Violence Prevention Forum. 19-20 May 2010, Mackay, Qld

Indigenous Law Centre (2010)

Sexual violence and Indigenous victims: women, children and the criminal justice system.

Sydney: Indigenous Law Centre

McCausland R, Vivian A (2010)

Why do some Aboriginal communities have lower crime rates than others?: a pilot study.

Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology; 43(2): 301-332

Meuleners LB, Lee AH, Hendrie D, Fraser M (2010)

A population study on Indigenous hospitalisations for interpersonal violence.

Australian Health Review; 34(1): 123-126

Queensland Centre for Domestic and Family Violence Research (2010)

National Indigenous family violence prevention forum report 2010.

Mackay, Qld: Queensland Centre for Domestic and Family Violence Research

Weatherburn D (2010)

Indigenous violence [editorial].

Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology; 43(2): 197-198

 
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