Alex Ellinghausen, Fairfax
We've come a long way. It's nowhere near far enough.
It will be announced today at a national domestic violence summit in Brisbane.
Not a wedding registry, a Give Registry.
School children in Melbourne's outer west are now sharing their grounds with 28-year-old Vincent Shin, after a two year pilot program placed the family violence survivor at Grange P-12 College, as an...
The Victorian Government has announced more than half a billion dollars to combat family and domestic violence over the next two years, a figure which dwarfs the amount given by the Australian Federal...
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Experts and advocates are urging Prime Minister Turnbull to deliver on his commitment to domestic and family violence in the upcoming budget. A team of family violence experts, survivor advocates and...
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Advocates believe New South Wales has taken a huge step forward in tackling domestic violence after a pilot program proved succe ful. The Suspect Target Management Plan has been put in place acro th...
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It's rare that men who have perpetrated family violence will put their faces and names to what they've done. Yet we are seeing two women die at the hands of their partners each week, and that's just a...
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Children impacted by family and domestic violence are being let down by the absence of a co-ordinated national approach on how to tackle the i ue, a major Australian Human Rights Commi ion (AHRC) repo...
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This article will tell you what I know for sure, and wish I had known a long time ago, about abusive relationships, in the hope that it might empower and help anyone in a similar situation, whether it's early on or decades in.
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There has been much talk this last week of an upcoming Cabinet reshuffle, and I don't presume to make comment one way or another as to who should go where -- with one notable exception. Mr Abbott, can I respectfully suggest that you consider handing over your role as Minister for Women.
I have come to understand that the terrible things that happen in war zones - murder, rape, assaults, the stripping away of dignity, the absence of hope -- they are just as much present in our own communities, in our own families, as they are in other more seemingly troubled countries.