The Albanese Labor Government will provide more than $3.1 million over four years to the Tasmanian Government to deliver two trial programs aiming to break the cycle of violence against women and children through new programs focused on perpetrator behaviour.
The Albanese Labor Government is delivering for Tasmanians in need of long-term food relief options through support to Loaves and Fishes to acquire a warehouse in Devonport.
The Albanese Labor Government is committed to ending violence against women and children and ensuring they have a safe place to go when escaping violence.
The Albanese Labor Government will fund three new pilot programs aimed at improving our justice system for sexual violence victims and survivors.
The Albanese Labor Government has made the request to online dating companies in writing as an action following the National Roundtable on Online Dating Safety.
Domestic, Family and Sexual Violence Commission to facilitate conversation on measuring the impact of the National Plan to End Violence Against Women and Children 2022-2032
The Domestic, Family and Sexual Violence Commission, in partnership with ANROWS, will today convene the first in a series of roundtables bringing together experts from across the country to advance the goal of ending violence against women and children in one generation.
The Albanese Labor Government is supporting Australians with autism by investing in their future with an extension of funding for Autism CRC totalling $4 million in 2023-24.
The Albanese Labor Government will strengthen supports for people with disability outside the National Disability Insurance Scheme and more easily fund services through the introduction of the Disability Services and Inclusion Bill 2023 to Parliament today.
Australians at risk of online gambling harm will be better protected through a ban on credit card payments and fines of up to $234,750 for companies who don’t enforce it, through legislation to be introduced by the Albanese Labor Government to Parliament today.
The Albanese Labor Government is inviting submissions seeking innovative approaches to community sector grant funding.
From today, anyone around the world will be able to access an Australian-led data initiative aimed at reducing the rates of family, domestic and sexual violence
The Government has appointed former Minister for Health and current Chair of VicHealth, Nicola Roxon, as the new Chair of the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW), as the Institute’s two-yearly report on the wellbeing of Australia shows a mixed recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic.
More than 5.5 million Australians will receive an increase to their income support payments and pensions when indexation takes effect in two weeks’ time on 20 September.
The Albanese Labor Government has today opened public consultations on the development of a National Autism Strategy – Australia’s inaugural national strategy dedicated to improving life outcomes for Autistic people.
The Albanese Government is continuing to help boost the social, economic and community participation of people with disability with the announcement today of $140 million in new grant opportunities under the Independent Linkages and Capacity Building (ILC) program.
The Albanese Labor Government is focused on building the capability of families and carers of children with disability or developmental concerns in early childhood and education and care settings through new resources aimed at boosting inclusivity and building staff and educator capacity.
The Albanese Labor Government is delivering on its commitment to increase frontline and community sector jobs for family, domestic and sexual violence support services, with funding to support the first tranche of workers now flowing to all states and territories.
The Albanese Labor Government is investing in new ways to support victim-survivors of family, domestic and sexual violence.
Several organisations, including Gymnastics Australia, have been declared participating institutions under the National Redress Scheme.
The Albanese Labor Government believes victim-survivors of sexual violence deserve equal access to justice across Australia.