The research examines stakeholder and victim experiences of image-based abuse: the non-consensual distribution of nude or sexual imagery.

  • Project dates: 2017
  • Funding : The Social Research Centre Pty Ltd

The project aims to better understand the prevalence and experiences of image-based abuse among Australian women aged 15-45 years. Interviews and online consultations with key stakeholders will be carried out with the results being delivered to SRC in the form of a final research report.

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Associate Professor Nicola Henry

Associate Professor Nicola Henry

Principal Research Fellow

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