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The Family Violence Inquiry – the ALRC/NSWLRC brief. Professor Rosalind F Croucher Commissioner. Family violence narratives. Family violence narratives. Violence denial. Violence denial. Cycle of violence. Terms of Reference. Reducing Violence against Women and their Children.

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Professor rosalind f croucher commissioner

The Family Violence Inquiry – the ALRC/NSWLRC brief

Professor Rosalind F Croucher

Commissioner


Family violence narratives
Family violence narratives


Family violence narratives





Terms of Reference

Reducing Violence against Women and their Children

Terms of reference

The Hon R McClelland MPAttorney-General


Terms of Reference

Interaction in practice

Impact of inconsistent interpretation or application




Who is doing what
Who is doing what?

Time for Action: The National Council’s Plan for Australia to Reduce Violence against Women and their Children, 2009-2021

March 2009

Domestic Violence Laws in Australia, AGS


Who is doing what1
Who is doing what?

  • Multi-disciplinary training package

  • National guidelines for family law system professionals


Who is doing what2
Who is doing what?

April 1999

by a working group of Clth, State and Territory officials.


Who is doing what3
Who is doing what?

Family violence – federal family courts

legislation

practices

procedures

Improvements


Who is doing what4
Who is doing what?

Family Law Amendment (Shared Parental Responsibility) Act 2006


Who is doing what5
Who is doing what?

Standing Committee of Attorneys General (SCAG)

  • Model provisions

    • sexual assault communications immunity

    • vulnerable witness protection


Who is doing what6
Who is doing what?

  • Family Law and Child Protection, 2002

  • Feb 2006 – TOR on Violence and the FL Act

Family Law Council







Collective challenge – and response

I swear:never to commit violence against women,never to excuse violence against women, andnever to remain silent about violence against women.This is my oath.


The alrc s job
The ALRC’s job

Child sexual abuse


The alrc s job1
The ALRC’s job

Child sexual abuse




The Inquiry process

e-newsletters

e-newsletters

e-newsletters

Advisory consultation meetings

Family Violence

Consultation document

Family Violence

Report

NSWLRCExpert Forums

Submissions

Consultations

Consultations

Presentations


For information about ALRC work, copies of speeches and presentations

  • ALRC website – all papers, reports

  • available online (free):

  • www.alrc.gov.au

  • Email: [email protected]

  • GPO Box 3708, Sydney 2001


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