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Steering Committee for the Review of Government Service Provision (2014). Based on Victorian figures from Vic Health (2004) The health costs of violence: Measuring the burden of disease caused by intimate partner violence, Victorian Health Promotion Foundation, Melbourne. Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (2012) Specialist homeless services data collection 2011-12, Cat. HOU 267, Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, Canberra. Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (2015) Child Protection Australia 2013-14, Child Welfare Series No. Children exposed to family violence are classified as experiencing ‘emotional abuse’, which, while a broader category, is the most commonly substantiated type of harm (39%) in child protection notifications across Australia. Police across Australia dealt with 239,846 domestic violence incidents in 2015, an estimated 657 domestic violence matters on average every day of the year (or one every two minutes) – calculated for police data sourced across all states and territories, collated at ABC News. Price Waterhouse Coopers (2015) ‘A high price to pay: the economic case for preventing violence against women’, report prepared for Our Watch and the Victorian Health Promotion Foundation (Vic Health).
For example, Indigenous women are 34 times more likely to be hospitalised due to family violence related assaults than non-Indigenous people. 55% of women with children presenting to specialist homelessness services nominated escaping violence as their main reason for seeking help. CWS 52, Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, Canberra.
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Note that some words below are only listed so you know what they mean in case you hear them, but we do not recommend their use. Mateshit - all your flatmate's belongings lying strewn around the floor.
A good introduction to Aussie lingo; Billabonk - to make passionate love in or beside a waterhole. Shagman - an unemployed male roaming the Australian bush in search of sexual activity. In 2012, 17% of all women and 5% of men had experienced violence by a partner since the age of 15. (1999) Femicide: An overview of major findings, No. (2015) Everyday sexism: Australian women’s experiences of street harassment, The Australia Institute, Canberra. Most people are unaware how many Australian words are used in other languages, below is a list of words that have been in use in Australia for centuries and that are nowadays adopted by computer users all over the world; Log On - Make the barbecue hotter Log Off - The barbecue is too hot Monitor - Keeping an eye on the barbecue Download - Get the firewood off the ute Hard drive - Trip back home without any cold tinnies Floppy Disc - What you get lifting too much firewood at once Keyboard - Where you hang the ute and bike keys Window - What you shut when it's cold Screen - What you shut in the mosquito season Byte - What mosquitoes do Bit - What mosquitoes did Mega Byte - What Townsville mosquitoes do Chip - A bar snack Micro Chip - What's left in the bag after you have eaten the chips Modem - What you did to the lawns Dot Matrix - Old Dan Matrix's wife Laptop - Where the cat sleeps Software - Plastic knives and forks you get at Big Rooster Hardware - Real stainless steel knives and forks from K Mart Mouse - What eats the grain in the shed Mainframe - What holds the shed up Web - What spiders make Web Site - The shed or under the verandah Cursor - The old bloke who swears a lot Search Engine - What you do when the ute won't go Yahoo - What you say when the ute does go Upgrade - A steep hill Server - The person at the pub who brings out the counter lunch Mail Server - The bloke at the pub that brings out the counter lunch User - The neighbour who keeps borrowing things Network - When you have to repair your fishing net Internet - Complicated fish net repair method Netscape - When fish manoeuvres out of reach of net Online - When you get the laundry hung out Offline - When the pegs don't hold the washing up Put one of the cool animated banners below on your site that link directly to our online Aussie dictionary so your visitors can learn the lingo !Paste the codes below into your HTML and the image will be served from our server and link directly to the dictionary.These lists are linked to thousands of detailed religious/spiritual biographies.