The Hon Michelle Landry MP
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The second phase of the ground breaking $30 million Stop it at the Start campaign has reignited community discussions about how we can all play a role in breaking the cycle of violence against women and their children.
The Healing Foundation facilitated the first in a series of stakeholders workshops organised by the National Office for Child Safety today. The workshops are aimed at developing the most effective ways to implement the recommendations from the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse.
Most people agree violence against women is wrong and are more likely to support gender equality than ever before, according to new research released today by Australia’s National Research Organisation for Women’s Safety.
This new app is an innovative and important tool, tailored specifically to assist women with disabilities to recognise violence and abuse, understand their rights, and take action to ensure their safety.
Ensuring children’s safety and wellbeing is a major driver of national permanency reform. Every child deserves a secure and happy childhood and a chance to have their brightest possible future.
Improving outcomes for families, children and communities requires us to work together. We must be open, honest and transparent about what is working, what the evidence says and what the impact is. We owe that to this generation and the next.