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Regional SA marks Anti-Poverty Week

Ross Womersley sat down with Anne Crouch, Team Leader Financial Counselling and Gambling Help Service at Uniting Care Wesley Country SA, to have a chat about her role and how Anti-Poverty Week this year is being celebrated in regional South Australia.

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Research Builds Knowledge on Domestic Violence Prevention

Uniting Care Wesley Country SA (UCWCSA) and Flinders University will launch their research report
Hearing their voices
Perceptions of women and men on reducing men’s perpetration of domestic violence at the Port Pirie Men’s Shed on Tuesday the 26th of April 2016.

“UCWCSA is committed to the development of rural solutions for rural issues and has developed a research partnership with Flinders University to build a body of knowledge to contribute to this end. This is the first of a series of research projects that will assist us to implement best practice responses for country families in need.” said Anthea Pavy CEO of UnitingCare Wesley Country SA.

This research project has a focus on the role of men in domestic and Aboriginal family violence, not only as perpetrators, but as parties with both a responsibility and capacity to play a significant role in intervention. The research explored how a successful approach to the prevention of domestic and Aboriginal family violence can include the men who use violence in their relationships. 20 Women and 20 Men, who have experienced domestic violence, were interviewed to provide the basis of the research.


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