Mongolian researchers reflect on Australian DV policies
Posted on: Thu 1 Jun 2017
Last week, an international symposium was held in Adelaide on Responding to Violence Against Women and their Children.
The symposium brought together service providers, policy makers, businesses and researchers, and shared updates on local and international policy and practice regarding domestic and family violence.
Among those presenting at the symposium were a group of six Australia Awards Fellows from Mongolia, who have been in Adelaide over the last few months working with the Gender Consortium at Flinders University.
Small Change’s Lisa Burns spoke with Batzaya Jamsrandorj about the rates of domestic violence in Mongolia, her thoughts on local and national policy in Australia, and the latest policy developments in her home country.
Produced by Lisa Burns