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Education Minister: Act to address rape at universities

Everyone deserves to learn in a safe environment. But right now, hundreds of university students are being sexually assaulted every week, and too many universities and residences are failing to adequately prevent or appropriately respond. Advocates have spoken up time and time again about...

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Put kids’ safety first in family law

Survivors of family violence should be supported to build safer futures for their family.  But too often, perpetrators who use abuse against their partner, also wield that abuse against their children. And right now, confusing and complex Family Law legislation overly emphasises shared and cooperative parenting - which is difficult...

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When you're in danger: visa status shouldn't matter

Every member of our community should be able to get the support they need to be safe at home; no matter their visa status.   When an abuser is determined to control and isolate you, escaping can be incredibly difficult and dangerous. For women on temporary visas...

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Qld: get respectful relationships reform right

Providing quality respectful relationships education is one of the most important things we can do to prevent gender-based violence.  The Queensland Government has committed to review respectful relationships education in the state. We know involving experts to create the curriculum and deliver effective training to educators...

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Join the fight for safe, legal and accessible abortion care

The US Supreme Court has overturned Roe v. Wade - stripping millions of Americans of their right to agency over their bodies. It’s a devastating reminder that hard-won progress can be rewound - and that those of us who want a fair and equal future must not only...

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Tell the govt: fully fund women’s safety

Men’s use of gender-based violence is a crisis across the country. Yet consecutive governments have chosen not to properly resource life-saving family, sexual and domestic violence services. Every day violence services aren't fully funded is another day women are left in danger. Enough is enough. We’re...

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Add your name to the call for a strong MP Code of Conduct

The federal parliament is in the process of drafting a Code of Conduct for members of parliament. This Code will be critical to creating meaningful cultural change and supporting behaviours and attitudes of respect in our halls of power.  Any Code of Conduct should reflect community...

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Hold police accountable when they cause harm

Everyone affected by domestic, family and sexual violence should be able to get the support they need to be safe. But too often police responses and systems fail to provide support, and actively cause increased trauma and harm.  Recent media reports include: Police failing...

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Dating apps: swiping right should be made safer

Right now, 7 in 10 people who use dating apps have reported being subjected to online sexual violence and abuse on the platforms. With over 3 million users in Australia dating apps present threats to women’s safety and wellbeing both online and in-person. There are significant...

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