Pre-workshop Resources

Below is a small selection of resources developed by some of the incredible presenters.

Professor Heather Douglas JCU Social Justice Lecture:

Professor Julia Tolmie Thinking differently in order to see accurately:

Professor Heather Douglas Do we need a specific domestic violence offence? 2015, Melbourne University Law Review, 39 (2), 434-471

Professor Heather Douglas Policing domestic and family violence 2019, International Journal for Crime, Justice and Social Democracy, 8 (2), 31-49

Professor Heather Douglas, Anne Heather & Mark Burdon Legal responses to non-consensual smartphone recordings in the context of domestic and family violence 2018 University of New South Wales Law Journal, 41 (1), 1-29

Rosemary O’Malley Working with men because women asked us to 2017, Services and Practitioners For The Elimination of Abuse

Dr Tracy Castelino NTV 2014, A feminist critique of men’s violence against women’s efforts, in the Autumn Edition of the Ending Men’s Violence Against Women and Children, 7-39

Rosemary O’Malley CollaborACTION 2013, Domestic Violence Prevention Centre, Queensland – in the Spring Edition of the Ending Men’s Violence Against Women and Children.

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