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The Resource Advocacy for safety and empowerment : state of knowledge paper, prepared by Robyn Holder, Judy Putt Cath O'Leary

Advocacy for safety and empowerment : state of knowledge paper, prepared by Robyn Holder, Judy Putt Cath O'Leary

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Advocacy for safety and empowerment : state of knowledge paper
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Advocacy for safety and empowerment
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state of knowledge paper
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prepared by Robyn Holder, Judy Putt Cath O'Leary
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eng
Summary
This literature review examines service responses to Aboriginal Australian women experiencing family and domestic violence, focusing on non-legal and non-clinical services and women's specialist services in regional and remote settings. It highlights problems in using ideas of 'effectiveness' and 'success' to drive objectives in service delivery, and seeks to re-centre aspirations for empowerment alongside those for safety. Sections include: Debates and contestations; Critical Aboriginal perspectives; The evolution of responses to Aboriginal women experiencing family and domestic violence; Help-seeking and access to services: barriers, constraints and enablers; Aboriginal user assessments of service providers; Aboriginal staff and community assessments of service providers; unique challenges in regional and remote areas; impact of government agendas; and bringing Aboriginal critiques to bear on research and service developments
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VIFS
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ANROWS landscapes : state of knowledge papers,
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issue 9
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Advocacy for safety and empowerment : state of knowledge paper, prepared by Robyn Holder, Judy Putt Cath O'Leary
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  • "September 2015"
  • Project financed by Australia's National Research Organisation for Women's Safety Limited (ANROWS) and undertaken by the University of New England
  • "Advocacy for safety and empowerment: A critical review of the literature on responses to Australian Aboriginal women victims/survivors of family and domestic violence."--Cataloguing in publication data, P. i
  • "This report addresses work covered in ANROWS research project 3.3 'Advocacy for safety and empowerment'."--P. ii
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 32-41)
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Contents
Introduction -- Part one: Debates and contestations -- Part two: The evolution of responses to Aboriginal women experiencing family and domestic violence -- Part three: Participation - Bringing Aboriginal critiques to bear on research and service developments -- Appendix A: Literature search strategies
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000055401040
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unknown
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1 online resource (PDF, iv, 41 pages)
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9781925372090
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(online)
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remote
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(OCoLC)920938698
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Mode of access: via the internet
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Advocacy for safety and empowerment : state of knowledge paper, prepared by Robyn Holder, Judy Putt Cath O'Leary
Link
Publication
Note
  • "September 2015"
  • Project financed by Australia's National Research Organisation for Women's Safety Limited (ANROWS) and undertaken by the University of New England
  • "Advocacy for safety and empowerment: A critical review of the literature on responses to Australian Aboriginal women victims/survivors of family and domestic violence."--Cataloguing in publication data, P. i
  • "This report addresses work covered in ANROWS research project 3.3 'Advocacy for safety and empowerment'."--P. ii
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 32-41)
Color
multicolored
Contents
Introduction -- Part one: Debates and contestations -- Part two: The evolution of responses to Aboriginal women experiencing family and domestic violence -- Part three: Participation - Bringing Aboriginal critiques to bear on research and service developments -- Appendix A: Literature search strategies
Control code
000055401040
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (PDF, iv, 41 pages)
Isbn
9781925372090
Isbn Type
(online)
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)920938698
System details
Mode of access: via the internet

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