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Research Documents

The work undertaken by the Domestic Violence Death Review Group has largely been on a voluntary basis. The generous sponsorship from various organisations and individuals has funded the creation of these documents.

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• No material may be altered in any way without the prior written permission of Betty Taylor and Women’s Legal Service Inc.

Deadly Pattern of Domestic Violence

The Red Rose Foundation is producing a short video on identifying the deadly pattern of domestic violence. On average, 2 women are murdered each week in Australia as a result of domestic violence. These deaths are described as the most predictable of all homicides. We hope the short video will provide increased awareness on recognising the signs of increased harm and risk. By learning and understanding the dynamics frequently present in abusive relationships, we as friends, family, community and service personnel, can support women and children to be safe. Ultimately we aim to help change the ending for victims of domestic violence. We are pleased to have the support of award winning Australian producer and director Megan Doneman and Channel 7 veteran journalist and newsreader, Kay McGrath. The 5-7 minute video will feature various people (including victims of domestic violence as well as those who assist victims of domestic violence), discussing the patterns leading up to and the possible preventions of domestic violence related deaths. This will be intercut with a classical ballet dance sequence depicting the various stages of a domestic violence relationship, from romance to the possible tragic end. It’s the ending we hope to change. We would greatly appreciate your support, please consider supporting our GoFundMe campaign below.

Domestic Violence. You need to know.

Information coming soon.

Staying Safe

Information coming soon.

Training Provided

Research Papers

Useful Links

The Red Rose Foundation will maintain strong links both nationally and internationally with individuals and groups who are also working towards the elimination of domestic violence related deaths.

Queensland

DV Connect
www.dvconnect.org

Ending Violence Against Women Queensland
www.evawq.org

Queensland Centre for Domestic and Family Violence Research
www.noviolence.com.au

Victoria

Safe Steps
www.safesteps.org.au

No to Violence
www.ntv.org.au

NSW

Domestic Violence NSW
www.dvnsw.org.au

Tasmania

SHE
www.she.org.au

ACT

DVCS
www.dvcs.org.au

South Australia

Yarrow Place
www.sahealth.sa.gov.au

Western Australia

Women’s Council for Domestic Violence Services WA
www.dvnsw.org.au

Northern Territory

Dawn House
www.dawnhouse.org.au

Partner Services

Gold Coast Centre Against Sexual Violence Inc
www.stopsexualviolence.com

Training Institute for Strangulation Prevention
www.strangulationtraininginstitute.com

 

National

1800 Respect
www.1800respect.org.au

Australia Women Against Violence Alliance
www.awava.org.au

ANROWS – Australian National Research Organisation for Women’s Safety
www.anrows.org.au

Our Watch
www.anrows.org.au

Australian Institute of Criminology
www.aic.gov.au

Australian Institute of Family Studies
www.aifs.gov.au

WEAVE (Women Everywhere Advocating Violence Elimination)
www.weaveinc.org.au/index.html

Women’s Services Network
www.wesnet.org.au/about/

Australian Centre for the Study of Sexual Assault
www.aifs.gov.au/projects/sexual-violence-research

International

National Domestic Violence Fatality Review Initiative
www.ndvfri.org

Training Institute for Strangulation Prevention
www.strangulationtraininginstitute.com

Advocacy After Fatal Domestic Abuse
www.aafda.org.uk

Dead Women Walking
www.deadwomenwalking.uk