The Invisible Crime: Are We Failing Victims Of Sexual Violence? by The Age, the Sydney Morning Herald
Sexual violence in Australia is pervasive but rarely prosecuted, much less punished. Invisible Crime is an attempt to give a count to these crimes, a texture to the experiences of those who survive them and a data-driven analysis of the systems that too often fail to deliver justice in their wake.
A mix of data visualisation, multimedia and months of shoe-leather reporting, the feature attempts to ground its storytelling in hard numbers while never losing sight of the women and men they represent.
CreditsReporters: Nicole Precel, Rachael Dexter & Eleanor Marsh; Design & Development: Soren Frederiksen; Data: Craig Butt; Design Direction: Mark Stehle; Editing: Richard Hughes; Photography: Simon Schluter & Eddie Jim