Update on Economic Equality

Has gender equality progressed? Australians have made progress towards gender equality as women continue to challenge historical norms and the business case for diversity, equity and inclusion strengthens. Despite this, women’s progress slipped back a gear in the...

‘Intergenerational Cycle of Violence’

‘Intergenerational Cycle of Violence’ Explained & How to Break It You might have watched some documentaries or crime series where experts try to find causal relationships between the person’s delinquency in adolescence, their later involvement in criminal...

THE CAUSES AND CONSEQUENCES OF MIS-IDENTIFICATION

Culturally Diverse Victim-Survivors of Family Violence Often Charged Falsely, According to New Paper A new paper released by inTouch has highlighted the concerning and ongoing issue of mis-identification in response to family violence occurring within migrant and...

It’s Time To Take Notice!

New Global Study shows more than a quarter of women have experienced intimate partner violence in their lifetimes. Peer-Reviewed Publication in The Lancet Background Intimate partner violence against women is a global public health problem with many short-term and...

Through the Eyes of a Child…

Through the Eyes of a Child… Michael, outwardly, appeared a normal 12-year-old boy. Born just before the turn of the millennium, his upbringing was closely tied to the rise of technology and the internet. He enjoyed staying inside, wrapped up in a blanket, eyes...

Slavery in the Suburbs

Slavery in our suburbs: The matrix of marriage, migration and abuse There are so many aspects of domestic abuse we don’t consider or are not aware of.  Hidden amongst the family unit, societal standards and the matrix of marriage.  Community awareness is crucial,...