A joint select committee was established on 21 October 2020 to inquire into and report on coercive control in domestic relationships. In conducting the inquiry, the committee was to consider the NSW Government discussion paper on coercive control and answer the questions posed in the paper.
Submissions closed on the 29 January 2021, and hearings were held in February and March 2021. Here is the June 2021 report produced by the Inquiry.
On 16 September 2022 the federal Attorney-General Mark Dreyfus announced the opening of a further inquiry into coercive control.
“The consultation process will involve an online survey, targeted roundtable discussions and further advice from an Advisory Group made up of victim-survivors, family and domestic violence experts, and representatives of people at increased risk of coercive control.
You can contribute to a shared national understanding of coercive control by providing your feedback on the Consultation Draft using the survey link” (which can be found on the linked page above).
That project was scheduled to close on 11 November 2022.
Call in the troops, by Bettina Arndt (23 March 2023)
Coercive control con job, by Betta Arndt (16 March 2023)
Coercive control – the women killed by abusive partners (27 September 2022)
1IN3’s submission in response to the discussion paper: Implementation considerations should coercive control be criminalised in South Australia (12 April 2022)
Feminists throw children under the bus – by Bettina Arndt (substack.com) (30 August 2021)
Male-Victims-of-Coercive-Control-2021.pdf (mankind.org.uk) (2021)
Coercive control: Male victims say they aren’t believed – BBC News (17 August 2021)
One in Three campaign response to an allegedly biased statement in the Inquiry’s June 2021 report
Joint Select Committee on Coercive Control (List of submissions)
Answers to Questions on notice – One in Three Campaign.pdf (sqspcdn.com)
Joint Select Committee on Coercive Control (nsw.gov.au) (Other questions on notice)