Posted 05-10-2021
Supervision Resource Guide - Supervising Men's Domestic Violence Perpetrator Intervention Group Programs

This Supervision Resource Guide, developed in partnership with YFS Logan, is to be adapted to suit the needs of your organisation. This guide is to be seen as an additional layer of supervision that can complement existing organisational or clinical supervision, providing direction on the live observation demands of domestic violence perpetrator intervention group work space. Supervisors with practice experience doing this work, provide critical insight for facilitators to help with their own skill development and engagement with the work.

Posted 05-10-2021
Women’s Safety and Justice Taskforce - Discussion Paper One

Micah Projects’ Brisbane Domestic Violence Service values the opportunity to provide a submission to the Women’s Safety and Justice Taskforce highlighting women’s experience in the Criminal Justice System.

We have supported women in preparing their own submissions to the taskforce in addition to contributing to this submission, ensuring that the voices of women and children whose lives have been impacted by domestic and family violence are well represented.

Posted 14-09-2020
eSafety Commissioner - Protecting voices at risk online

eSafety Report, 2020

This report outlines eSafety’s research, targeted initiatives and strategic priorities for key groups identified as being disproportionately at risk of online harms.

The eSafety Commissioner's purpose is to help safeguard Australians at risk from online harms and to promote safer, more positive online experiences.

Posted 19-08-2020
Australian Institute of Health and Welfare - Family, domestic and sexual violence in Australia: continuing the national story

AIHW Report, 2019

Family, domestic and sexual violence is a major national health and welfare issue that can have lifelong impacts for victims and perpetrators. It affects people of all ages and from all backgrounds, but predominantly affects women and children.

The Australian Institute of Health and Welfare is a major national agency whose purpose is to create authoritative and accessible information and statistics that inform decisions and improve the health and welfare of all Australians.

Posted 07-05-2020
Delivery of Recommendations - Not Now, Not Ever Report

Delivery of Recommendations, 2019

The Not Now, Not Ever report outlined recommendations for government and non-government organisations to address domestic and family violence in Queensland.

Four years into the 10-year reform program, significant steps have been taken towards achieving a Queensland free from domestic and family violence as outlined in the Delivery of Recommendations report.

Posted 22-04-2020
Our Watch Reporting on Domestic Violence - Media Guidelines

Our Watch Report, 2014

Domestic violence is a serious problem in Australia. When you're reporting on domestic violence, you can help readers, listeners and viewers to see it as an important issue that everyone can take action on.

Our Watch is a national leader in the primary prevention of violence against women and their children in Australia. Change the story is our framework for a consistent and integrated approach to preventing violence against women.

Posted 22-01-2020
Brisbane Region Integrated Approach to Domestic and Family Violence

Goals of the Brisbane Region Integrated Approach to Domestic and Family Violence:

  • Increase the safety of women and children from domestic violence and improve wellbeing
  • Hold perpetrators accountable for their actions
  • Commitment to an interagency approach and collective goals
  • Increase public awareness about domestic and family violence including available support services.
Posted 01-01-2020
The Equality Wheel

The Power and Control Wheel is often shown in contrast with the Equality Wheel as the Equality Wheel represents the changes needed for men who use violence to move from being abusive to non-violent in their relationships.

The Power and Control Wheel was developed from the experience of women in Duluth, USA who had been abused by their male partners. It has been translated into over 40 languages and has resonated with the experience of women who have been in domestic violence relationships world-wide.

Posted 01-01-2020
Hands are for Holding

‘Hands are for Holding’ is a tool for adults to discuss issues surrounding violence with young children. The children’s book provides an opportunity to talk with children about not hurting or harming brothers, sisters, friends or family pets.

Originally published in 2001 in conjunction with the Domestic Violence Resource Centre (now BDVS), Tess Rowley's book, ‘Hands are for Holding’ has been a popular resource for parents and professionals teaching children about positive communication. The new edition features illustrations by the talented Emily Barrett and can be purchased at Where The Wild Things Are bookstore at 191 Boundary Street, West End Q 4101.

To place large orders of Hands are for Holding, please email us.