ABS Personal Safety Survey (2012)
Publisher: Australian Bureau of Statistics 2012
Status – CURRENT
In December 2013 the Australian Bureau of Statistics released the results from the 2012 Personal Safety Survey. The survey collected data about the nature and extent of violence experienced by women and men since the age of 15, including their experience of violence in the past 12 months. Key survey findings include One in three Australian women (34 per cent) have experienced physical violence since the age of 15 One in five Australian women (19 per cent) have experienced sexual violence since the age of 15 One in four Australian women (25 per cent) have experienced emotional abuse by a partner since the age of 15 One in five Australian women (19 per cent) have experienced stalking in their lifetime.
New South Wales Women’s Health Framework 2019/in Government Policy, New South Wales /by admin
This Framework applies across the NSW Health system and across the intersections with the broader health and wellbeing system including private sector organisations, not-for-profit organisations, and other government agencies. It recognises and provides an overarching perspective and principles to combine and apply the wide range of frameworks, strategies, policies, and plans that seek to improve or affect the health and wellbeing of women and girls
Tracking equity: Comparing outcomes for women and girls across Australia/in Australia-wide, Other /by admin
Publisher: Council of Australian Governments. Reform Council, 21/10/2013
Status – CURRENT
The Council of Australian Governments (COAG) Reform Council has played a critical role in tracking progress, nationally and on a state-by-state basis, against the COAG reform agenda. The council has analysed and publicly reported on governments’ performance against outcomes, performance indicators and targets agreed by COAG. However, until 2013 gender analysis was not directly incorporated in the assessment of governments’ performance. The council’s first report on gender, Tracking equity: Comparing outcomes for women and girls across Australia, redressed this omission.