Domestic violence remains a scourge of society, with shocking attacks and brutality continuing on thousands of women around Australia. Griffith Criminology Institute’s Robyn Holder is hoping to help change that by exploring the role of victims in criminal justice and giving them a voice in the often fierce policy debates about what rights are owed them. In this episode of The Gender Card, Robyn tells how she’s combined 20 years of public policy experience with academic research to hopefully change the system and bring more justice to the victims of gendered violence.