Melbourne Research Alliance to End Violence against women and their children
What is MAEVe
Based at the University of Melbourne, MAEVe strives to make a difference to the lives of women, men, children, families and communities by addressing and preventing violence against women and their children through interdisciplinary collaboration and participatory research co-designed with survivors.
We do this by drawing together research and evaluation capacity from across the university in partnership with community, industry and government agencies.
Led by Co-chairs, Professors Kelsey Hegarty and Cathy Humphreys with a diverse steering committee of academics from across The University of Melbourne and teams of researchers. MAEVe offers a platform to explore the problem of violence against women and their children through a range of perspectives, disciplines and contexts.
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