Economic security for survivors of domestic and family violence.
Good Shepherd Australia New Zealand, with the support of the Con Irwin sub-fund of the Victorian Women’s Trust, reviewed literature about economic security and domestic and family violence and conducted a review in order to develop a definition of economic security that reflected its individual and structural elements. From there, a range of potential indicators with which to measure the economic security for survivors were scoped. A measurement tool was also piloted with the support of the Australia Institute.
Read the report: Economic Security for Survivors of Domestic and Family Violence