Table of contents

  • Contents
  • Acknowledgments
  • Abbreviations
  • Summary
  • Introduction
    • What is family, domestic and sexual violence?
    • How is family, domestic and sexual violence measured? What are the data sources used in this report?
    • How is this report structured?
  • Context for family, domestic and sexual violence
    • What data are available to measure contextual factors? What do the data tell us?
    • What is missing?
    • How are we trying to change attitudes to violence?
  • Who is at risk of family, domestic and sexual violence?
    • What data are available to report on risks?
    • What do the data tell us?
    • What is missing?
  • How is family, domestic and sexual violence experienced?
    • What data are available to report on experiences?
    • What do the data tell us?
    • What is missing?
  • What are the responses to family, domestic and sexual violence?
    • What data are available to report on responses?
    • What do the data tell us?
    • What is missing?
  • What are the impacts and outcomes of family, domestic and sexual violence?
    • What data are available to report on impact and outcomes?
    • What do the data tell us?
    • What is missing?
  • What is known about family violence among Indigenous Australians?
    • What data are available to report on family violence among Indigenous Australians?
    • What are the attitudes of Indigenous Australians towards violence?
    • What are the experiences of family violence?
    • What are the risk factors for family violence?
    • What are the responses to family violence?
    • What are the impacts and outcomes of family violence?
    • What is missing?
  • What are the key data gaps?
    • Existing data sources for reporting on family, domestic and sexual violence
    • What can be done to improve the evidence?
    • New developments and emerging issues
  • Glossary
  • References
  • List of tables
  • List of figures
  • List of boxes
  • List of In Focus
  • Appendix A: Data sources