The Safer Pathways research project is part of a national initiative, the Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Projects using Action Research (CALD PAR) with short term funding from the Commonwealth Department of Social Services. The research results from all of the projects in the initiative have now been published by the Australia’s National Research Organisation for Women’s Safety (ANROWS). This report provides key insights into “what works” for prevention and safer pathways activities engaging CALD communities in Australia.
The Neighbourhood Hub is proud to have participated and contributed to this CALD PAR initiative. To read the ANROWS CALD PAR summary report, please follow this link:
Prevention of violence against women and safer pathways to services: Ten research insights from the Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Projects with Action Research (CALD PAR) initiative.
Safer Pathways for CALD Women Program is delivered in the Mackay area by The Neighbourhood Hub in partnership with the Mackay Women Services (Mackay Women’s Centre and Domestic Violence Resource Service) and the Mackay Integrated Services Team. The program also collaborates with the Mackay Regional Council’s “Mackay Draws the Line” initiative and other government and non-government agencies in Mackay.