This refers to a 2018 report which covers activity prior to the Victorian Royal Commission into Family Violence until late 2018.  A more recent report, covering the period from the Royal Commission until December 2019 can be found here.

Collaboration between Government, community and business sectors in Victoria have led to significant reforms which improve the economic wellbeing of victim-survivors of family violence.

A new report describes developments over the past 20 years including recognition of economic abuse as a form of family violence and efforts to improve financial outcomes for family violence victim-survivors.

Read the Responding to Financial Abuse Report (2018)