A Guide for organisations thinking about how to address economic abuse. Includes examples and guidance for workplaces and organisations in the financial, utilities, government, legal and gaming sectors. This project is a collaboration with Insight Exchange drawing on insights from people with lived experience of economic abuse (also called financial abuse), in the context of an intimate partner relationship.
A step by step guide for people experiencing economic abuse who want to change their situation. This document brings together the Fact Sheets: First Steps to Economic Safety and Next Steps to Economic Safety in one document.
CWES calls for economic abuse to be a focus of the new National Action Plan to Reduce Violence Against Women and Children and makes 8 recommendations that can be taken up by the federal government and organisations across the country.
CWES calls for ParentsNext to be redesigned as a voluntary program and endorses Domestic Violence Victoria and Domestic Violence Resource Centre Victoria’s submission calling for family violence to be grounds for permanent exemption from its participation requirements and for ParentsNext to be removed from the Targeted Compliance Framework.