Family violence refers to any form of abuse inflicted on a child

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Introduction 2
Research Problem 3
Literature Review 5
Outcomes 8
References 9
Family violence refers to any form of abuse inflicted on a child or an adult by either an intimate partner or a family member (Roberson and Wallace 2016, p.10). Family violence is an issue of national importance in the Aboriginal communities. For many years, family violence has been reported as a serious problem facing Aborigines and Torres Strait Islanders across Australia. Family violence is highly prevalent in Aboriginal communities as compared to other Australian communities. Many studies conducted in the past indicated that Aborigines and Torres Strait Islanders have higher possibilities of becoming the victims of violence than any other community. This is because, higher incidences of brutal forms of family violence is reported by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women as compared to other women. Therefore, family violence has increasingly become a public health issue in the Aboriginal lands that require public attention to reduce the negative impacts. Most victims of family violence are women and children. It is a vulnerable population group and hence they must be offered the support they need to overcome these negative impacts. For these reasons, support systems must be implemented in the communities that are aimed at empowering women and children in various aspects of life. This paper will be utilised to outline the various ways in which Australian cooperatives can handle various social issues facing Aborigines and Torres Strait Islanders, especially family and domestic violence (Funston and Herring 2016, p.51). The main focus will be Rumbalara Aboriginal Cooperative Limited regarding the various ways in which it empowers women and children.
Rumbalara Aboriginal Cooperative Ltd is a community-owned non-profit organisation that provides variety of services desperately needed by the Aborigines and Torres Strait Islanders in Shepparton, Victoria. It is one of the members of the Victorian Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation (VACCHO). Rumbalara is considered as the primary stakeholder in the Aboriginal health and operates in a culturally-fit and susceptible community regulated environment. The cooperative adopts a holistic approach in the provision of services and lay emphasis on the importance of embracing family values. In this regard, Rumbalara provides family services …

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