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Breaking the barriers: responding to children and young people of non-English speaking backgrounds. Annabelle Allimant, Lesley Hunt, Ana Maria Holas and Anh Nguyen. A workshop presented at the 2nd National Conference on Children, Young People & Domestic Violence, 30 September to 2 October 1998, held at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre. 2pg Changes and challenges in the therapeutic relationship when using an interpreter. Annabelle Allimant, Eunice Wong and Beatriz Martinez. 10 pg. (accepted for publishing) Child rearing and background information. Sophia Denis, Migrant Women's Emergency Support Service [West End, Qld] 1984, 65 p. Domestic violence in non-English speaking background communities in Brisbane / Grace Prince. 1996 Fair go? Only if you speak the lingo and look the part../ Raquel Aldunate. In: Legalising justice for all women: National Conference on Sexual Assault and the Law: proceedings of a conference held in Melbourne, November 28 - 30, 1995 / compiled by Melanie Heenan. Melbourne : Project for Legal Action Against Sexual Assault, 1996, pp.176-183 Immigrant Women and Domestic Violence. Annabelle Allimant, in Fair Queensland Magazine (Winter 2005), pp. 07 – 08. "I sometimes want to move out": abuse of young women of non-English speaking background / M. Theresa Gatbonton. 1992 Issues for Women from Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Backgrounds / Lesley Hunt. Presented at the Legal and Practice Issues Forum, Radisson Resort, Gold Coast, 23 October 1998 Issues for Women from Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Backgrounds / Lesley Hunt. Presented at the Rockhampton Sexual Assault Services Training Workshops, 7-8 October 1999 Issues for women of non-English speaking backgrounds / Raquel Aldunate. Presented at Domestic Violence Court Assistance Conference, Magnetic Island, 18 March 1999 Papers from the seminar "Domestic Violence - a Cross Cultural Perspective". IWSS [West End, Qld]. 1987, 33 p. Seminar organised by the Migrant Women's Emergency Support Service and the Department of Immigration, Local Government and Ethnic Affairs, held at the Australian Government Centre, November Protocols for working with women and children who have experienced sexual assault within the context of domestic violence. IWSS Sexual Assault Program, July 1998 Report, forum held November 27, 2001: "Exploring the Future of Non-Violence: Innovative Practice Models for Responding to Immigrant and Refugee Children and Young People Living with Domestic and Sexual Violence" Immigrant Women's Support Service [Brisbane, Qld]. 2001, 52 p. Forum presented by Multicultural Children's & Young People's Domestic & Sexual Violence Network.

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Review of Maternity Services in Queensland. “Domestic and Sexual Violence, Women from nonEnglish Speaking Backgrounds and Maternity”, presented by Annabelle Allimant. November 2004. 11 pages. Service Profile: Immigrant Women’s Support Service (Queensland). ACSSA Aware interview with Annabelle Allimant, Coordinator of the Immigrant Women’s Support Service. ACSSA Newsletter, no.5 January 2005. pp. 20 -24. Sexual assault: a public responsibility / Raquel Aldunate. In: Without consent: confronting adult sexual violence: proceedings of a conference held 27-29 October 1992 / edited by Patricia Weiser Easteal. Canberra : Australian Institute of Criminology, 1993, pp. 165-171 “Social work and social policy in a Health system – proactive and reactive consideration of practice in a multicultural society”, presented by Annabelle Allimant at the 40 th Anniversary of Social Work Department at the Princess Alexandra Hospital. September 2005. Submission by Immigrant Women's Support Service in response to Financial eligibility for legal assistance consultation paper. Immigrant Women's Support Service. West End, Qld 2005. 7, [1] p. "July 2005". Submission by Immigrant Women's Support Service in response to Review of civil law services consultation paper. Immigrant Women's Support Service. West End, Qld. 2005. 8 p. "July 2005". Women without access to income support. Raquel Aldunate, in Parity, 12(1) February 1999, pp. 19-20 Working with diversity: a study of access to services by young people of non-English speaking background] / Donna Hughes and Theresa Gatbonton. 1994. Youth Arts Recreation Project: project report. Jeannette R. Granfar. Migrant Women's Emergency Support Service, West End, Qld, 1994. ix, 121 leaves

* Please note that the cost of each paper is $10.00. This price includes Postage and Handling fee.

Please post the Paper Order Form to: Immigrant Women’s Support Service PO Box 5490 West End QLD 4101 Or fax to: (07) 3846 5619 Or e-mail to: mail@iwss.org.au Or phone: (07) 3846 5400 or (07) 3846 3490