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Stop It Now!

Abstract: Stop It Now! is an early intervention program that operates in North America, the United Kingdom and Ireland, and ...
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DICE: Disrupting child sexual exploitation

Abstract: The DICE project builds upon the work of Power to Kids as well as other multiagency initiatives such as ...
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Power to Kids: Process & Outcomes Evaluation

Abstract: The Power to Kids program seeks to strengthen prevention and early intervention efforts in response to sexual exploitation, harmful ...
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The DAHLIA-19 Project: Domestic Abuse Harnessing Learning Internationally under COVID-19

DAHLIA-19 is examining policy and practice responses in 4 upper or upper/middle income countries with established DA services where different ...
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Humphreys, C., Kertesz, M., Parolini, A., Isobe, J., Heward-Belle, S., Tsantefski, M., … Healey, L. (2020). Safe & Together Addressing ComplexitY for Children (STACY for Children) (Research report, 22/20). Sydney: ANROWS.

Abstract: The STACY for Children project (2019–20) involved twostudies that investigated whether there was emerging evidencethat the Safe & Together™ ...
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ESTIE: The Evidence to Support Safe and Together Implementation and Evaluation Project

ESTIE  is an action research study that is simultaneously investigating and developing practitioner and organisational capacity to drive improvements in ...
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Safe and Together Addressing ComplexitY focusing on children – STACY for Children

STACY for Children (2019-20) involved two studies that investigated whether there was emerging evidence that the Safe & Together™ Model ...
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Spiteri‐Staines, A., Diemer, K., Absler, & D., Humphreys, C., (2019) Keeping Safe Together: Independent evaluation, Summary of Findings and Recommendations. Melbourne, University of Melbourne.

Summary of Findings and Recommendations of the Keeping Safe Together independent pilot program evaluation. The document describes key findings for ...
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