BCV Family Violence Help Cards

Technical Paper: Faith communities supporting healthy family relationships: a Participatory Action Research project with the Multifaith Advisory Group

This technical paper summarises the current state of knowledge about how faith communities, and in particular how faith leaders, can best respond to and prevent family violence and violence against women. It has been developed as part of the first phase of the Faith Communities Supporting Health Family Relationships Participatory Action Research Project with the Multifaith Advisory Group.

What works to address violence against women and family violence in faith settings: An Evidence Guide

The guide is based on participatory consultations with faith groups and an in-depth review of international and Australian literature undertaken in 2018-2019, which explored the causes and reinforcing factors of family violence and violence against women in faith settings as well as what works to address these factors. The review also included an analysis of promising or emerging practices both locally and abroad that may effectively prevent and respond to family violence and violence against women in faith settings.

Faith Communities Addressing Violence Against Women and Family Violence: What Works

This tip sheet summarises what works for faith settings addressing violence against women and family violence. It is based on the best evidence currently available. For more information about what causes violence against women and family violence in faith communities, and how you should respond, please read the “Technical Paper: Faith communities supporting healthy family relationships” and “What works to address violence against women and family violence in faith settings: An Evidence Guide.”