Key and recent overviews
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Tayton, S., Kaspiew, R., Moore, S., and Campo, M. (2014) Groups and communities at risk of domestic violence and family violence: a review and evaluation of domestic and family prevention and early intervention services focusing on at-risk groups and communities. Australian Institute of Family Studies.
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Australian Muslim Women’s Centre for Human Rights (AMWCHR) (2011). Muslim women, Islam and family violence: a guide for changing the way we work with Muslim women experiencing family violence. Melbourne: AMWCHR.
Australian Muslim Women’s Centre for Human Rights (AMWCHR) (2013). Working with Muslim women on the effects of family violence and child sexual abuse on children. Melbourne: AMWCHR.
Bartels, L. (2011). Crime prevention programs for culturally and linguistically diverse communities in Australia. Research in Practice Report, no. 18, Australian Institute of Criminology, Canberra.
Bluett-Boyd, N. (2005). In search of justice in family violence: Exploring alternative responses in the Victorian Indigenous Australian community. Melbourne: Victorian Aboriginal Legal Service Pty Ltd.
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Cox, D., M. Young, and A. Bairnsfather-Scott. (2009). No justice without healing: Australian Aboriginal people and family violence. Australian Feminist Law Journal, Vol 30, 151-161.
Cripps K. (2010). Indigenous family violence: pathways forward. Chapter 11 in Purdie N, Dudgeon P & Walker R (eds). Working together: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander mental health and wellbeing principles and practice. Canberra: Australian Government Department of Health and Ageing.
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Cripps, K., and M. Adams. (2014). Indigenous family violence: Chapter 23 in: Dudgeon P, Milroy H & Walker R (eds). Working together: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander mental health and wellbeing principles and practice 2nd edn. Perth: Telethon Institute for Child Health Research & Canberra: Australian Government Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet. Viewed 16 September 2016, <http://aboriginal.telethonkids.org.au/kulunga-research-network/working-…>.
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Ethnic Communities’ Council of Victoria (2013). Women Surviving Violence: Cultural competence in critical services. ECCCV Policy Research Paper.
Flood, M. (2013). Engaging Men from Diverse Backgrounds in Preventing Men’s Violence Against Women. Stand Up! National Conference on Eliminating All Forms of Violence Against CaLD Women, April 29-30, Canberra. URL: https://xyonline.net/content/engaging-men-diverse-backgrounds-preventing-mens-violence-against-women
Flory, Rani. (2012). Whittlesea CALD Communities Family Violence Project: Scoping Exercise Report. Melbourne: Whittlesea Community Futures & Whittlesea Community Connections.
Ghafournia, N. (2017). Muslim women and domestic violence: Developing a framework for social work practice. Journal of Religion & Spirituality in Social Work, 36(1-2), 146-163.
Gordon, S., Hallahan, K., and Henry, D. (2002) Putting the Picture Together, Inquiry into Response by Government Agencies to Complaints of Family Violence and Child Abuse in Aboriginal Communities. Perth: State Law Publisher.
Hovane, V. (2006-07). White Privilege and the Fiction of Colour Blindness: Implications for Best Practice Standards for Aboriginal Victims of Family Violence. Australian Domestic and Family Violence Clearinghouse Newsletter, No. 27, pp. 8-12.
Hovane, V. (2015). Improving Outcomes Through a Shared Understanding of Family Violence in Aboriginal Communities: Towards an Aboriginal Theory of Family Violence. InPsych, 37(5). https://www.psychology.org.au/inpsych/2015/#s2
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Larson, A., and A. Peterson. (2001). Rethinking responses to “domestic violence” in Australian Indigenous communities. Journal of Social Welfare and Family Law, vol. 23, no. 2, pp. 121-34.
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Murdolo, Adele, and Regina Quiazon. (2015). Bringing the Margins to the Centre, paper prepared for Our Watch. Available in Our Watch, Australia’s National Research Organisation for Women’s Safety (ANROWS) and VicHealth (2015) Change the Story: A shared framework for the primary prevention of violence against women and their children in Australia, Our Watch, Melbourne, Australia.
Murdolo, Adele, and Regina Quiazon. (2016). Working with men from immigrant and refugee communities to prevent violence against women. White Ribbon Research Series. Sydney: White Ribbon Foundation.
New South Wales Aboriginal Child Sexual Assault Taskforce (2006) Breaking the Silence: Creating the Future. Addressing child sexual assault in Aboriginal communities in NSW. Sydney: New South Wales Government.
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. (2011). Strengthening What Works: Preventing IPV in Immigrant and Refugee Communities – Understanding The Challenges Of Preventing Intimate Partner Violence: An Analytical Bibliography. National Program Office, LTG Associates, Inc. Takoma Park, MD.
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Social Compass (2015) Our Men, Our Healing: Creating Hope, Respect and Reconnection. Evaluation Report.
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Venganai, Hellen. (2015). (Re)constructing positive cultures to protect girls and women against sexual violence, Agenda, 29:3, 145-154.
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Watson, N. (2011). The Northern Territory Emergency Response: Has it Really Improved the Lives of Aboriginal Women and Children? Australian Feminist Law Journal, 35(1), 147-163.
Watson, N. (2011). The Northern Territory Emergency Response: The More Things Change, the More They Stay the Same. Alberta Law Review, 48(4), 905-918.
Watson, N. (2015). From the Northern Territory Emergency Response to Stronger Futures: Where is the Evidence that Aboriginal Women are Leading Self-Determining Lives? In Rosie Scott, Anita Heiss (eds.), The Intervention : An anthology, (pp. 88-102). Australia: Concerned Australians. (Also: Watson, N. (2014). From the Northern Territory Emergency Response to Stronger Futures - Where is the Evidence that Australian Aboriginal Women are Leading Self-Determining Lives? In Suvendrini Perera, Sherene H. Razack (eds.), At the Limits of Justice: Women of Colour on Terror, (pp. 335-355). Canada: University of Toronto Press.)
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