Sexual Violence Research and Prevention Unit - University of the Sunshine Coast, Queensland, Australia

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Sexual Violence Research and Prevention Unit

Sexual violence and abuse is a global public health concern that seriously impacts individuals, families and whole communities.

The Sexual Violence Research and Prevention Unit (SVRPU) aims to understand, prevent and respond to this complex problem, to reduce the extent and impacts of these crimes.

About Sexual Violence Research and Prevention Unit

Our aims, job opportunities, membership, volunteering and study options.

Our team

Sexual Violence Research and Prevention Unit team

Our members

SVRPU members

Our students

SVRPU Honours and postgraduate students.

Our research

SVRPU research projects.

Our funding

SVRPU researchers partner with government, industry, and community organisations.

Our publications

SVRPU research publications.

Contact us

SVRPU key contacts.

In partnership with key community and government stakeholders, research generated from the Unit will actively contribute to theoretical and empirical knowledge guiding policy and practice for preventing and responding to this phenomenon.

SVRPU news

USC Newsroom
USC launches sexual violence prevention research unit
7 June 2019

A new unit at the University of the Sunshine Coast that is bringing together global research to help prevent sexual violence will be officially launched on Monday 10 June.

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