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Dr Jasmine McGowan is the Senior Research Team Leader at the Moansh Gender and Family Violence Prevention Centre. Jasmine completed a PhD in the School of Culture and Communication at the University of Melbourne in 2014.

Jasmine has extensive research experience in gender, feminst theory, critical sexuality studies, representation and screen and media cultures. Jasmine's current research focuses on gendered violence, disability and violence, disability hate crime, economic abuse, intimate partner homicide and perpetrator interventions. Most recently, Jasmine worked alongside Centre colleagues on the rapid response research project 'Gender-based violence and help-seeking behaviours during the COVID-19 pandemic'. Jasmine has conducted research and evaluation for Family Safety Victoria, ANROWS, the Magistrates' Court of Victoria, the Victorian Women's Trust and TaskForce. Recent projects Jasmine has worked on include the Review of the Victorian Information Sharing Scheme, The ARC-funded project 'Securing Women's Lives: Preventing Intimate Partner Homicide' and the ANROWS-funded project Women, Disability and Violence: Barrers to Accessing Justice'. In 2018 Jasmine received funding from the Victorian Women's Trust to develop a toolkit desiged to assist women with disability identify economic abuse.  

The findings of Jasmine's research have been published in quality international and national journals and presented at national and international conferences on family violence, social science and comparative literature. 




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