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Reports

Wong, S., Harvey, S., Frost, M., and Althor, G., 2023. Hidden Gems: The Unique Role of Collaborative Approaches in Preventing and Responding to the Abuse of Older People. Sydney: Relationships Australia NSW.

Cheema, S., Harvey, S., Nowland, T. & Hamer, J., 2023. Sowing the Seeds of Change: An evaluation of the Building Stronger Families program, 2019-2022Sydney: Relationships Australia NSW.

Harvey, S., 2020. Young Parents Program Domestic & Family Violence Project: Research Findings. Sydney: Australian Red Cross.
 

Women & Girls Network, 2018. Seeing the Inner Me: What young women want from child sexual abuse and exploitation services. London: WGN.
 

Harvey, S. & James-Hanman, D. 2015. Developing quality standards for services working with men who have experienced domestic abuse: Findings from a consultation. London: Respect UK.
 

Scott, S., Williams, J., McNaughton Nicholls, C., McManus, S., Brown, A., Harvey, S., Kelly, L. & Lovett, J., 2015. Violence, Abuse and Mental Health in England. London: NatCen.


Harvey, S., Mitchell, M., Keeble, J., McNaughton Nicholls, C. & Rahim, N., 2014. Barriers faced by Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender People in Accessing Domestic Abuse, Stalking, Harassment and Sexual Violence Services. Cardiff: Welsh Government.

Harvey, S., Kerr, J., Keeble, J. & McNaughton Nicholls, C., 2014. Understanding victims of financial crime. London: Financial Conduct Authority.
 

McNaughton Nicholls, C., Harvey, S. & Paskell, C., 2014. Gendered perceptions: what professionals say about the sexual exploitation of boys and young men in the UK. London: Barnardo’s.
 

Collins, D., Kerr, J., Harvey, S., Green, S. & McNaughton Nicholls, C., 2014. Developing questions on fraud and cybercrime for the Crime Survey for England & Wales. London: NatCen.
 

Harvey, S., Mandair, S. & Holly, J., 2014. Case by case: Refuge provision in London for survivors of domestic violence who use alcohol and other drugs or have mental health problems. London: AVA.
 

Harvey, S., Hayton, L., Beard, N., & Holly, J., 2014. Not Worth Reporting: women’s experiences of alcohol, drugs and sexual violence. London: AVA.

Conference papers

Harvey, S. & Paananen, P., 8 June 2023. Building Connections for Mental Health in Disaster-Affected Communities. Gold Coast: International Mental Health Conference.

Harvey, S. & Paananen, P., 17 May 2023. Building connections for mental resilience in disaster-affected communities. Gold Coast: Family & Relationship Services Australia Conference.

Harvey, S. & King, A., 1 December 2022. Men: Choice and Change – A Casework and Groupwork Program for Male Victim/Survivors of DFV. Gold Coast: Stop Domestic Violence Conference.

Harvey, S. & Elkington, L., 17 June 2022. Engaging adolescents experiencing family conflict in online services and evaluation. Naarm/Melbourne: Australian Institute of Family Studies Conference.
 

Elkington, L. & Harvey, S., 19 May 2022. Collaborating with young people to understand how to do Child Inclusive Practice online. Adelaide: Family & Relationship Services Australia Conference.
 

Elkington, L., Harvey, S., Roche-Bulger, B. & Toner, T., 11 September 2021. Positioning children as innovation partners to increase their voice in FDR. Mparntwe/Alice Springs: National Mediation Conference.
 

Harvey, S., Beard, M. & Hayton, L., 2012. ‘Just another way to blame the victim’: sexual violence, substance use and survivors’ beliefs about capacity to consent. 3rd International Conference on
Survivors of Rape, 8-10 November 2012, Galway, Republic of Ireland. Galway: Rape Crisis Network.

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