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The iMatter app has been developed to help young women understand the warning signs of abusive and controlling behaviour in relationships as well as promote healthy self-esteem. The aim is to build resilience, to educate about disrespect and intimate partner violence and to promote conversations among young people about healthy relationship behaviour. Users can share content, save content to their phone and learn how to recognise and address controlling/abusive behaviour and gender inequality, as well as support others who are experiencing violence.
The interactive iMatter app provides a regularly updated series of positive messages, videos and quizzes to raise awareness of the warning signs and impact of intimate partner violence. The app also aims to empower users by providing information on self-esteem, assertiveness and details of support services. All of these features will enable users to be informed, forewarned and alert to dangerous behaviour and to learn how to achieve and maintain personal safety, both physical and psychological.
Intimate partner violence is increasing in our society and young women are known to be at higher risk. Australian research indicates that young women aged 15-19 may see abusive and controlling behaviour as protective and caring (Chung, 2007) and that 22% of young women under 20 have been victims of actual harm from dating violence (National Crime Prevention Study, 2001).
iMatter is a youth leadership/ intimate partner violence prevention project to assist young women to navigate their early relationships safely. The iMatter Project trains Young Leaders (18-25) in leadership skills and in recognising and responding to disrespect and abuse in relationships. These young women then run seminars in schools. The ‘iMatter’ mobile phone app builds on the project’s success and aims to prevent abuse and violence via a “virtual support group”.
To find out more about iMatter, contact Doncaster Community Care and Counselling (Doncare) at http://www.doncare.org.au/
- Fixed scroll issue for Android version 5.0(Lollipop).
Doncare part of our Lifestyle and have average installs from 1000 to 5000. Last Update July 28, 2015. Google play rating is 90.4348. Current verison is 0.0.2. Actual size 5.4 MB.
Talk about man hating. So the quiz is about how the man can never say no or disagree or choose in a rel cause it is abuse and the material has quotes saying how women are entitled (actual quote) to have things go their way. Wow, talk about equality. The only goal of this app is to spread paranoia and hatred towards men. I started doing the quizes with random replies, it came out as abuse for almost everything. He is not interested in some crap you are interested in? abuse. wow really? iParanoid not iMatter.
Finally America has several of these apps so great to see our Australian of the year doing something positive out of her loss. Fantastic. To the guys who have previously rated this app in a negative manner then I give you this.... One day if you ever have a daughter you will be the one installing this app on their phone.
This is a good start. I think you also need a quiz "are you abusive?". It might help some people to identify warning signs in themselves.
Great app! I like the support page. Only thing is some of the questions are ambiguous. As an example: "Never pressures me to do things I don’t want to do" - unsure if answer yes he never pressures me, or no he doesn't pressure me.
I recommended this app to a friend who just got out of a long term relationship. She's now using the quiz to help with the compatibility. Great great app well thought out and brilliantly executed.
It's okay But you have to realise that 1 in 3 cases of abuse is perpetrated by women towards men. Abuse isn't always done to women. If you expand your app to include more resources for men, it may get a higher rating
A great tool This app could be what helps some people out of a terrible situation, and that makes it very worth while. I do not agree with other reviews that it is man hating, gender terms are not used and it could be used by anyone in a heterosexual or homosexual relationship.
Fantastic app - would love to see links to an even wider range of resources such as chat rooms and forums as well as helplines.
Amazing Solution to Abuse Great to see awareness and solutions coming together.
So powerful and thought provoking. Worth a look!
Brill Found via a top lawyer website!
Great I love this app
Excellent idea Great resource and initiative
Great Quotes are up lifting good to see something Australian based