Information Booklets & Sheets
Print copies are available for the following titles:
- Creating family friendly workplaces: better balance better business*
- Creating family friendly workplaces: getting the balance right*
- Family Violence: what you can do for yourself and your family (2014)
- Housing Book 1 Dealing with a housing crisis – needing help right now! (2013)
- Housing Book 2 Finding your next home – looking past a housing crisis (2013)
- Leaving a relationship (2016)
- Separation and property (2016)
- Stalking (2013)
Fill in an order form or call 1300 134 130 for your free copy. You can also download them for free by clicking on the titles above.
The following titles are out of print, but are available for free download with up-to-date contact lists:
- Anxiety (2009)
- Depression (2009)
- Counselling (2009)
- Getting Legal Advice (2011)
- Money problems with your partner? Dealing with financial abuse (2014)
- Sexual Assault (2009)
- The Problem with the Pokies*
- Who’s Playing Who?*
- Woman’s Guide to Surviving Money Jungle*
- Women Money and Debt (2010)
- Young people who use violence in the home (2012)
August 2014: Relationship Problems and Money: Women talk about financial abuse
Funded by the Australian Government Department of Social Services, this groundbreaking report explores the nature and impact of financial abuse in the context of family violence on the women and children who experience it.
It finds that financial abuse continues long after women leave the relationship, as former partners use the legal, child support and income support systems to cause ongoing economic hardship and psychological distress.
April 2010: Young Women & Money Research Report
Funded by Consumer Affairs Victoria, this research explored young women’s relationship with money, credit and debt through a gender lens.
Identified effective mediums to communicate financial information to young women and made recommendations to respective government agencies and the Australian Banking Association.
August 2007: Women’s Financial Literacy Research Report
Funded by Helen Macpherson-Smith Trust, this report revealed that even highly educated, well-paid women felt overwhelmed, clueless and fearful about managing finances.
All these reports are available for free download.
* Please note that the WIRE address on these publications is outdated. The correct address is 372 Spencer Street, West Melbourne 3003.