WESNET joins Coalition Against Stalkerware to support global fight against digital violence

Wesnet, the national peak body representing specialist women’s domestic violence services, today announced that it has joined forces with the Coalition Against Stalkerware to combat non-consensual tracking via digital device and to work towards providing support to survivors of domestic violence.  Today, the UN’s International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women coincides [...]


Webinar: 2nd National Survey on Tech Abuse and Domestic Violence

THE FINDINGS OF THE SECOND NATIONAL SURVEY ON TECHNOLOGY ABUSE AND DOMESTIC VIOLENCE IN AUSTRALIA Early this year WESNET, along with Dr Delanie Woodlock and researchers from Curtin University, conducted the Second National Survey on Technology Abuse and Domestic Violence. Funded by Telstra, the survey was completed by 442 domestic violence workers across all [...]


Which safety app can I recommend to my clients?

A new resource – App Safety Centre Reviews – has been developed from the findings and published on techsafety.org.au. This will help women considering using an app to confidently choose the right app for their circumstances. The reviews will also provide a resource for frontline workers supporting survivors of abuse, to assist their clients [...]


COVID-19: Resources for DFV Agencies wanting to use technology

The COVID-19 pandemic has us in uncharted territory. Here is some information for Domestic and Family Violence Services to use during the public health crisis. WESNET has published a number of handouts and resources that may be useful for Domestic and Family Violence Services that are scrambling to find alternatives to face-to-face service delivery [...]

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