By Corinna Burgstedt, Amy Beeby, Harlene Hayne, Linda Hobbs, Julien Gross, Tess Patterson. From Journal of Interpersonal Violence.
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Te Aorerekura is the National Strategy and Action Plan setting out a new collective path for government, tangata whenua, specialist sectors, and communities to eliminate family violence and sexual violence.
The One in Three Campaign is Australia’s national campaign to raise awareness of the existence and needs of male victims of family violence.
The MSA’s new wellbeing framework draws on global and local models to create a practical and holistic support framework to improve and sustain the wellbeing for our people and the male survivor communities they serve. The five pillars of the framework – spiritual, mental, social, occupational and situational – recognise that we need to engage, enable and support the whole person if we want the best outcomes for all.
Research article: A Solitary Place: a phenomenological examination of male-on-male rape and sexual abuse
A thesis submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements of the University of West London for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy, by Bimsara Kennath Suwaris Widanaralalage Don.
Alankaar Sharma, in The British Journal of Social Work.
Sims S, Hepsipa Omega Juliet S, Joseph J, Gopal S, Raghavan V, Venkatraman L, Padmavati R. Acceptability of Peer Support for People With Schizophrenia in Chennai, India: A Cross Sectional…
Research article: What Makes Intentional Unidirectional Peer Support for Homeless People Work? An Exploratory Analysis Based on Clients’ and Peer Workers’ Perceptions
Sandra H. H. Schel, Linda van den Dries, and Judith R. L. M. Wolf
Research article: The Best of Both Worlds Experiences of young people attending groups co-facilitated by peer workers and clinicians in a youth mental health service
King, A. J., & Simmons, M. B. (2022), Early Intervention in Psychiatry, 1–11.
Research article: Someone Who Has Been in My Shoes: The Effectiveness of a Peer Support Model for Providing Support to Partners, Family and Friends of Child Sexual Abuse Material Offenders
Christian Jones, Michael Salter & Delanie Woodlock (2022): “Someone Who Has Been in My Shoes”: The Effectiveness of a Peer Support Model for Providing Support to Partners, Family and Friends…
One in six Australian university students say they have been sexually harassed. How can this be stopped?
Rates of sexual harassment and assault at Australian universities have been revealed in a new report, as the sector pledges more action.
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