The National Anglican Family Violence Project (NAFVP) investigated the prevalence, experience, and impact of family violence for Anglicans in Australia.
Statistics and Reports
Browse studies and reports documenting the latest research-based information related to domestic violence.
This short, story-based case study from Tearfund addresses the themes of human rights, sexual abuse and pornography with examples of advocacy approaches.
A special issue of Footsteps Magazine featuring ways to empower women economically to make them less vulnerable and help survivors of violence on their journey to healing.
This report from Tearfund, a Christian relief and development agency, looks specifically at ways to prevent violence against women and girls within the Democratic Republic of Congo.
This report from Tearfund, a Christian relief and development agency, looks specifically at the issue of domestic violence in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Undertaken by University of Coventry researchers, this study aimed to identify the nature, dynamics, and impact of domestic abuse for churchgoers.
Exploring the experience of women and attitudes towards women in Irish churches, this report from VOX Magazine also looks at issues of violence and abuse.
Through their International statistical research efforts, United Nations shares critical facts and figures related to violence against women around the world.
This resource provides access to up-to-date information on measures undertaken by United Nations Member States to address all forms of violence against women.
This report presents a global review of data on the two forms of violence against women: violence by an intimate partner and sexual violence by someone other than a partner.