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'Quite irreparable damage': child family violence survivors on how court silenced and retraumatised them

By Camilla Nelson, EG Whitlam Research Fellow, Whitlam Institute within Western Sydney University, and Associate Professor, University of Notre Dame Australia
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In a new report, child family violence survivors describe how family court worsened their trauma and profoundly affected their well-being even into adult life.The Conversation

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