Young People, Gender, and Family and Intimate Partner Violence: 7 year analysis, 2015-2022 Fact Sheet

Published March 13, 2024


Catherine Mann and Dr Rebecca Duell, Brisbane Youth Service

Brisbane Youth Service (BYS) has completed comprehensive intake assessments with all young people accessing the service for ongoing planned support over the past 7 years.

Domestic and family violence (DFV) includes family violence (FV) and intimate partner violence (IPV). BYS has collected self-reported experience of FV and IPV data from everyone accessing ongoing planned support since 2015. We’ve analysed this data to compare demographic factors such as age, gender, cultural identities, sexuality, experience of disability, and parenthood.

Over, 2,700 young people provided information about their gender and experience of FV and IPV at intake. This factsheet summarises the FV and IPV data for young people broken down by gender identity.

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Please cite as: Mann, C., & Duell, R. (2024). Young people, gender, and family and intimate partner violence: 7 year analysis 2015-2022. Fact Sheet. Brisbane Youth Service: Brisbane QLD.

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