2016 MAEVe seed-funded projects announced

The Melbourne Research Alliance to End Violence Against Women and their Children (MAEVe) today announce the first round of projects to receive seed-funding.

These projects demonstrated significant potential to make a difference in the lives of women and children who experience violence, and the men that perpetrate it.

This seed-funding round was jointly supported by MAEVe, the Melbourne Social Equity Institute, the Disability Research Initiative and the Melbourne Networked Society Institute.

Listening for (a) change: identifying strategies for preventing family violence through dialogical research with women with refugee backgrounds
Led by Cathy Vaughan, Melbourne School of Population and Global Health
Funded by MAEVe, MSEI and the DRI

The role of ethical fashion in preventing violence against women in Bangladesh
Led by Rimi Khan, School of Culture and Communication
Funded by MAEVe, MSEI and the DRI

Intervening early with men who use violence in their relationships: testing the acceptability of a healthy relationship Tool (e-MATE)
Led by Kirsty Forsdike-Young, Department of General Practice
Funded by MNSI

My Safety App: Scoping a safety and communication app for children experiencing family violence
Co-led by Kelsey Hegarty, Department of General Practice, and Anita Morris, Western Health
Funded by MNSI

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