Rante-rante ampe Marle and Urreye: “Safe, Respected and Free from Violence” projects evaluation

Rante-rante ampe Marle and Urreye: “Safe, Respected and Free from Violence” projects evaluation Report

Research Report 05

  • Author(s): Brown, Chay, Homan, Sarah, Simpson, Carmel, Leung, Loksee
  • Published: 2021
  • Publisher: ANROWS (Australia's National Research Organisations for Women's Safety)

Abstract: The evaluation was underpinned by Indigenist research methodology and made use of a mixed-method approach to assess participants’ attitudes and beliefs about gender, violence and Aboriginal cultures, and whether participants’ engagement with the project impacted their knowledge, attitudes and beliefs. The evaluation aimed to: • construct a baseline of participants’ attitudes and beliefs about gender, violence and Aboriginal cultures • assess the overall impact of the projects on participants’ attitudes about gender, violence and Aboriginal cultures • assess the impact of resources and products and the extent to which they communicate key anti-violence, anti-racist and gender-equitable messages to a wide audience • begin establishing the evidence base about primary prevention in the Northern Territory and primary prevention within Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities.

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Brown, Chay, Homan, Sarah, Simpson, Carmel, Leung, Loksee, 2021, Rante-rante ampe Marle and Urreye: “Safe, Respected and Free from Violence” projects evaluation, Report, viewed 02 July 2022, https://www.nintione.com.au/?p=30609.

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