Agents for Change

Preview: Why Science?

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Episode notes

In our Preview Episode we started by asking, why science?
Why look at what science and research might be able to tell us about preventing violence against women?

If you, or someone you care about, need support please contact 1800 Respect on 1800 737 732.

For more information, connections and resources about preventing violence against women:

To connect with us and find out more:

To connect with Hala Abdelbour and the Institute of Non-Violence

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Music Credits

“Science” by Niki N. Phaser, “A Timeless Journey”, “A Fascinating Feeling” “A Life Begins” and “A Deep Emotion” by Eric Schwartz (SchwartzSound), “Science Documentary” by Roman Korolkov, “Dark Documentary Solo Strings” and “Inspiring Classical Cello Solo“ by Orchestralis

Episode Citations
Webster, K., Diemer, K., Honey, N., Mannix, S., Mickle, J., Morgan, J., Parkes, A., Politoff, V., Powell, A., Stubbs, J., & Ward, A. (2018). Australians’ attitudes to violence against women and gender equality. Findings from the 2017 National Community Attitudes towards Violence against Women Survey (NCAS) (Research report, 03/2018). Sydney, NSW: ANROWS.
“Putting the prevention of violence against women into practice: How to Change the story “ by Monique Keel (Our Watch), Jane Torney (Our Watch), Emma Fulu (The Equality Institute), Sarah McCook (The Equality Institute), Scott Holmes (Our Watch), Michelle Hunt (Our Watch), Yvonne Lay (Our Watch) and Cathy Warczak (Our Watch) 2017 Our Watch

Agents for Change has been funded through The Australian Government Department of Social Services through White Ribbon Australia and supported by Shellharbour City Council and Beyond Empathy.