An endeavor has been made to underline the causes, impacts, and statistical data about the domestic violence against women in Australia as well as the need of better services and safety measures towards the supreme authorities of policy and strategy makers in the country.
Statistical data of past 15 years shows a devastating situation for the women in Australia. The most significant problem among all is the domestic violence against them. The situation gets worse day by day due to socioeconomic, cultural, and domestic violence. “It is very difficult to measure the true extent of violence against women as most incidences of domestic violence and sexual assault go unreported” (Phillips, 2008, p.1). The problems comprise of both domestic violence as well as sexual assault. The government and some private organizations have started to provide comforts to those women that experienced the domestic violence. Safe Home program is one of them. It was jointly launched the National Foundation for Australian Women (NFAW), University of Melbourne, and The Salvation Army in 1973. The program has shown great results for the establishment of good future for the women in rest of their lives. The program serves any woman who has been experiencing the domestic violence, homelessness or some other personal crisis. It not only serves them with food and shelter but also gives them peace of mind and body by giving counseling and health practices like Yoga. These organizations are on their way of providing money by means of outdoor jobs that include services for the country.
This research mainly deals with the possible outcomes which could come about by providing better living services and safety to the Australian women. The paper elaborates the research design, methodology and analysis of data. A brief literature review has been provided to illustrate the importance and current situation of the problem. In the end the researcher has defined the estimated timeframe and financial