Doubts over progress of 12-year national family violence plan – radio interview

An audit of the National Plan to Reduce Violence against Women and their Children has cast doubt over its effectiveness, highlighting issues around monitoring and reporting.

Labor says the lack of accountability is unacceptable, but one expert says the audit doesn’t full take into account complex workforce issues.

Professor Sarah Wendt says having a national framework has helped boost the profile of family violence and how to tackle this issue and urges for caution on the audit and how effectiveness is measured.

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