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Temporary Migration and Family Violence Research

Temporary Migration and Family Violence Research

A new research report, Temporary migration and family violence: An analysis of victimisation, support and vulnerability, was recently published by Monash University in partnership with inTouch Multicultural Centre Against Family Violence.

The report draws on a comprehensive review of the cases of 300 women experiencing family violence who had a temporary migration status and sought support from inTouch over 2015-16.

The research documents the many ways in which migration status impacts women’s experiences of family violence and access to support, and offers recommendations towards ensuring that all women experiencing family violence are supported, regardless of their migration status.

Read more and view the full report

 

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