There currently exists a high prevalence of domestic violence across Australia. Despite prevalence of services, there continue to a lie a lack of awareness of effective mitigation strategies. A scoping review of 5 articles was conducted, which revealed that the prevalence of domestic violence can reduce if victims as well as the public and perpetrators are able to access supportive strategies in the form of Multidisciplinary Community Programs, Bystander Behaviour Programs and Rehabilitation Counselling Programs respectively.
However, there is a need to conduct further research on the effectiveness of these programs from the view of program directors or welfare organizations, in the context of Indigenous Australians – who were not addressed in this scoping review. This work is important because such
groups, due to their history of discrimination, often find it difficult to access support services resulting in greater risk of abuse and violence. If completed successfully, such research will benefit future policy makers, governmental authorities and welfare organizations on the prevalence, perpetuating factors and culturally competent strategies which can be used to reduce the prevalence of domestic violence across this vulnerable population.
The goals of this project will thus comprise of the following:
1. To assess the prevalence of domestic violence across Indigenous Australians.
2. To assess the factors contributing to higher rates of domestic violence across Indigenous Australians, from the perspectives of managers or staff of welfare organizations or programs which provide supportive services for domestic abuse victims.
3. To assess current trends of interventions as well as recommended strategies of improvement, from the perspectives of managers or staff of welfare organizations or programs which provide supportive services for domestic abuse victims.
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