Fathering Challenges project, Curtin University - women participants required

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As a partner in the Australian Research Centre’s ‘Fathering Challenge’s Project’ Centrecare are supporting Curtin University to interview any women with children who have experienced domestic violence to talk about their views about the impact of their partner or ex-partner’s violence on his relationship with his children.

The research project aims to improve the parenting experience of children whose fathers or father role-models have used domestic or family violence.

Details of the project and consent forms are attached for your information. The interviews will go for approximately 1 hour and can be either face-to-face (in a mutually convenient location) or via telephone, whatever the woman prefers.

Click here for participant information statement and click here for consent form

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