The evidence base
In addition to extensive community consultation, the evidence base that supports Prevent. Support. Believe. Queensland’s framework to address sexual violence includes the following resources:
- Australia’s National Research Organisation for Women’s Safety (ANROWS), 2019, Intimate partner sexual violence: research synthesis, 2nd edition
- ANROWS, 2017, Links between alcohol consumption and domestic and sexual violence against women: Key findings and future directions
- ANROWS, 2016, Promoting community-led responses to violence against immigrant and refugee women in metropolitan and regional Australia: The ASPIRE Project
- ANROWS, 2015, Perpetrator interventions in Australia: Part one – Literature review. State of knowledge paper
- ANROWS, 2015, Perpetrator interventions in Australia: Part two – pathways and mapping. State of knowledge paper
- Australian Institute of Criminology, 2018, Sentencing and treatment of juvenile sex offenders in Australia – trends and issues in criminal justice
- Australian Institute of Family Studies (AIFS), 2019, Elder abuse: Key issues and emerging evidence
- AIFS, 2018, Intimate partner violence in Australian refugee communities: Scoping review of issues and service responses
- AIFS, 2018, Supporting women from CALD backgrounds who are victims/survivors of sexual violence
- AIFS, 2017, Current approaches to preventing and responding to sexual assault: A Rapid Evidence Assessment
- AIFS, 2017, Problem sexual behaviours and sexually abusive behaviours in Australian children and young people: A review of available literature
- AIFS, 2016, The effects of pornography on children and young people
- AIFS, 2015, Intimate partner violence in lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, intersex and queer communities
- Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, 2019, Family, domestic and sexual violence in Australia: continuing the national story 2019
- Carrington et al, 2019, The Role of Women’s Police Stations in Preventing Gender Violence: Buenos Aires, Argentina: Stage 1 Report ARC Project
- Daly, K and Bouhours, B 2010, Rape and attrition in the legal process: a comparative analysis of five countries
- End Violence Against Women International, 2019, Start by believing: the global campaign transforming the way we respond to sexual violence
- Fileborn, B 2012, Sexual violence and gay, lesbian, bisexual, trans, intersex and queer communities
- Fitzgerald, J 2006, The Attrition of Sexual Offences from the New South Wales Criminal Justice System
- Millsteed, M and McDonald, C 2017, Attrition of sexual offence incidents across the Victorian Criminal Justice System
- Our Watch, ANROWS and VicHealth, 2015, Change the story: A shared framework for the primary prevention of violence against women and their children in Australia
- Our Watch, 2019, Change the Story: Three years on
- Our Watch, 2018, Changing the picture: A national resource to support the prevention of violence against Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women and their children
- Queensland Centre for Domestic and Family Violence Research, 2019, Practice Paper: Prevention, Early Intervention and Support for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People who have Experienced Sexual Violence
- Queensland Sexual Assault Network, 2019, Resources
- United Nations Population Fund, 2018, Women and young persons with disabilities: guidelines for providing rights-based and gender-responsive services to address gender-based violence and sexual and reproductive health and rights
- World Health Organisation (WHO), 2019, RESPECT women: Preventing violence against women
- WHO, 2018, International technical guidance on sexuality education: an evidence-informed approach.
- Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS), 2019, Recorded Crime – Victims, Australia 2018
- ABS, 2017, Personal Safety Australia, 2016
- Australian Human Rights Commission (AHRC), 2018, Everyone’s Business: Fourth national survey on sexual harassment in Australian workplaces, 2018
- AHRC, 2017, Change the course: National report on sexual assault and sexual harassment at Australian universities, 2017
- ANROWS, 2018, Australians’ attitudes to violence against women and gender equality: Findings from the 2017 National Community Attitudes towards Violence against Women Survey (NCAS)
- Office of the eSafety Commissioner, 2017, Image-based abuse. National Survey: Summary Report
- Queensland Government Statistics Office, 2019, Crime report, Queensland, 2017–18 (PDF).
- Department of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Partnerships, 2017, Youth Sexual Violence and Abuse Steering Committee: Final Report
- Department of Child Safety, Youth and Women, 2018, Youth Sexual Violence and Abuse Steering Committee's Final Report: Queensland Government Response (PDF)
- Department of Child Safety, Youth and Women (formerly Communities, Child Safety and Disability Services), 2016, Queensland Women’s Strategy 2016-2021
- Department of the Premier and Cabinet, 2016, Domestic and Family Violence Prevention Strategy 2016-2026
- Department of the Premier and Cabinet, 2018, Queensland Government response to the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse (PDF)
- Queensland Corrective Services, 2019, 2018-2019 Annual Report.
- Department of Social Services, 2019, Fourth Action Plan of the National Plan to Reduce Violence Against Women and their Children 2010-2022
- Department of Social Services, 2015, National Outcome Standards for Perpetrator Interventions: Baseline report, 2015-16
- Department of Social Services, 2010, National Plan to Reduce Violence Against Women and their Children 2010-2022
- Office of the eSafety Commissioner, 2019, Image-based abuse
- Office of the eSafety Commissioner, 2019, Research library
- Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse, 2017, Final Report
- Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency, 2019, Report to the Minister for Education: Higher education sector response to the issue of sexual assault and sexual harassment.
New South Wales
- Women NSW, 2018, NSW Sexual Assault Strategy 2018-2021.
- Northern Territory Government, 2018, Domestic, Family and Sexual Violence Reduction Framework 2018-2028 (PDF).
- Office for Women, 2019, Committed to Safety: A framework for addressing domestic, family and sexual violence in South Australia (PDF).
- Department of Premier and Cabinet, 2013, Taking Action: Tasmania’s primary prevention strategy to reduce violence against women and children 2012-2022 (PDF)
- Tasmanian Government, 2019, Safe Homes, Families, Communities: Tasmania’s action plan for family and sexual violence 2019-2022.
- Department of Health and Human Services, 2018, Free From Violence: Victoria's strategy to prevent family violence and all forms of violence against women—First action plan 2018-2021 (PDF)
- Department of Premier and Cabinet, 2017, Free From Violence: Victoria’s strategy to prevent family violence and all forms of violence against women (PDF).