The explosion in cheaper technology has led to more sophisticated means of tracking partners through phones, tablets and other electronic devices. It’s something all shelters
A wonderful article that goes some way to explaining why women stay in abusive relationships—because they don’t want to be homeless. Read the article here.
It’s the question that often comes to mind when people try to begin to understand violent relationships. And yet, it is comprehensively the wrong one
Another piece of reality—working on a domestic violence call centre line. CONTENT WARNING for survivors. Read the article here.
Availability of Women’s Shelters is by far outstripped by demand. Read the article here.
The Costs and Causes of Domestic Violence. Read article here.
Home is not a refuge for victims of domestic violence. Read the article here.
With funding from a NSW Domestic and Family Violence Grant, OWN NSW has conducted a mapping exercise of our knowledge of violence against older women
Why policy leadership on domestic violence in Australia is failing. Read the article here.
Older women, who have frequently had a life of caring for others, deserve better than poverty in their old age. See the video here.
This fantastic video from Canada does some myth busting about people who are homeless. Many have led successful, normal, conventional lives for many years until
This brilliant, first person story shows just how easy it is for a woman to become homeless. Read the article here.