“The continuing media coverage of rape and sexual assault allegations faced by current and former political figures has put many sexual abuse survivors at risk of being traumatised all over again”. Drs Mary Iliadis, Bianca Fileborn and Rachel Loney-Howes share insights via The Conversation into what secondary trauma is, how it might happen and coping strategies. Access their article here.
- This week’s news shines a light on an innovative new study examining Australian tertiary students’ experiences of family violence
- Dr Renee Fiolet’s DRVAW presentation on ‘The Burndawan Project: A co-designed Indigenous resource for family violence’.
- “This week’s news has put sexual assault survivors at risk of ‘secondary trauma’. Here’s how it happens, and how to cope” by Drs. Mary Iliadis, Bianca Fileborn and Rachel Loney-Howes
- Adversarial Justice and Victims’ Rights
- Launch of the Deakin Research on Violence Against Women Hub