From the roots up: Principles of good practice to prevent violence against women in the Northern Territory.
Violence against women is a global problem that transcends all ethnic, economic, and social boundaries. However, Indigenous women are disproportionately affected and are overrepresented as the victims of this violence. In Australia, Indigenous women are far more likely to be hospitalised due to assault than non-Indigenous women or Indigenous males. Australia's Northern Territory has the highest rates of domestic, family, and sexual violence in Australia and Aboriginal women in the Northern...[Show more]
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