Domestic violence prevention program receives high praise from ACER
Family violence, Program evaluation, Program effectiveness, Racial bias, Social discrimination, Equality (Social)
An ACER evaluation has found Griffith University’s MATE Bystander Program to be highly effective at equipping people with the tools and understanding to step in and address problematic behaviour, prevent violence against women, racism and discrimination, and promote equality.
Carslake, T., Hillman, K., Richardson, S., Wernert, N., Vaughan, T. (April 2022) 'Domestic violence prevention program receives high praise from ACER', Discover, ACER. https://www.acer.org/au/discover/article/domestic-violence-prevention-program-receives-high-praise-from-acer
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Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER)