Expertise in gendered violence

The Deakin Network Against Gendered Violence (DNAGV) comprises a University-wide, interdisciplinary group of researchers and practitioners with expertise in gendered violence, including violence against women and children, intimate partner violence, sexual violence, family violence, same-sex violence, the role of intersectionality, and legal and non-legal regulation of this violence.

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Facilitating and promoting Deakin’s expertise

The aim of the Deakin Network Against Gendered Violence (DNAGV) is to foster a network that will facilitate and promote Deakin’s expertise in the area of violence against women (gendered violence; intimate partner violence; family violence; and sexual violence).

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Technology-facilitated domestic violence: an interdisciplinary perspective

Please follow this link to view the symposium. Join Deakin Network Against Gendered Violence for an online symposium discussing responses to technology-facilitated domestic violence. Abstract Technology-facilitated domestic violence (TFDV) is a growing phenomenon, with a range of behaviours used to infiltrate victim/survivors’ lives. TFDV warrants an interservice, collaborative response from criminal justice agencies, support services,

Using Prevention Science Approaches to Reduce Adolescent Violence

Prevention science merges knowledge from life-course and program evaluation research to inform new approaches to improving human development. Early achievements of prevention science were studies showing that child behaviour problems predicted the development of adult violent behaviour, including family violence. Parent education was then shown to reduce adult violence by improving child behaviour. This panel

Police body-worn cameras in domestic and family violence responses: Merits, risks and impacts

Join Dr Mary Iliadis, Assoc. Prof. Bridget Harris and Dr Naomi Pfitzner for an online presentation on ‘Police body-worn camera technologies in domestic and family violence responses: Merits, Risks and Implications’. This presentation will be hosted via Zoom, and is the first joint event hosted by the Deakin Network Against Gendered Violence (DNAGV) and the