Re-imagining Research: Establishing Respect Victoria's Research for Action Agenda
Victorian colleagues working in the primary prevention of family violence and violence against women workforce and research fields are invited to complete Respect Victoria's re-imagining research questionnaire
Respect Victoria is developing an organisational Research Agenda for the prevention of violence against women and family violence and we would appreciate your feedback.
The questionnaire will take approximately 20 minutes to complete. Participants are encouraged to use a desktop computer, laptop or device other than a mobile phone.
Questionnaire closes: 6pm, Wednesday 4 March 2020.
Who should complete the questionnaire?
This questionnaire is for people working in the primary prevention of family violence and violence against women workforce and research fields, in Victoria. Participants may be practitioners, academics, researchers or people working in government.
What is the questionnaire’s purpose?
The questionnaire is a consultation tool to help us confirm the research priorities of the primary prevention sector. The findings will also help us support primary prevention activity through better targeted research and user-informed outcomes.
How will Respect Victoria use the questionnaire’s findings?
The organisational Research Agenda for Respect Victoria will support our future planning and resourcing of Government-led policy, campaigns and research activity.
For more information about the research agenda email the Respect Victoria research team firstname.lastname@example.org
Research indicates that family violence and violence against women is preventable if we work together as a community to address the underlying drivers that create the conditions in which these manifestations of violence occur.
While research into the attitudes, practices and power relations that drive family violence already exists and continues, there is still much to be done to achieve our goal of a Victoria free from violence.
With peers and partners we are developing a research agenda to direct future research and evaluation effort.
A suite of research programs will build evidence, inform policy development and improve the way that government, industry, organisations and communities work to prevent family violence.
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This collaborative project between Respect Victoria and the Crime Statistics Agency will build a set of data indicators to track Victoria’s progress towards the primary prevention of family violence and violence against women. For more information download the Victorian family violence data platform project overview.
This project aims to increase the uptake and understanding of NCAS 2018 materials among the prevention sector and related workplaces/organisations. For more information download the NCAS dissemination strategy project overview.
This project examines primary prevention of family violence among older people living in Victoria. For more information download the family violence and older people project overview.
This project examines opportunities for primary prevention of family violence for LGBTIQ parents in the transition to parenthood. For more information download the LGBTIQ transitions to parenthood project overview.
This project aims to identify and assess primary prevention infrastructure, systems, processes and gaps with recommendations for best practice coordination and leadership to support Respect Victoria in fulfilling its role and serving the sector. For more information download the capturing the infrastructure and systems of family violence project overview.