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No one should be left without the support they need to escape abuse

For someone trying to escape abuse, access to family violence services can make all the difference. But right now life-saving family violence services are desperately underfunded.  And every day family violence services aren't fully funded is another day women are left in danger. The Victorian Government...

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MPS: Commit to 'set the standard' for a safer parliament

One in three people currently working in or around federal parliament have suffered from some form of sexual harassment. Women are most at risk. These are the findings outlined in the Sex Discrimination Commissioner’s ‘Set The Standard’ Report. The rates and examples of behaviour it reveals are...

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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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A Leaders Debate for Women #WomenVote

There was something fundamental missing at the first leaders debate between Scott Morrison and Anthony Albanese: any mention of women. After a year that saw survivor-advocates speak out for women’s safety, allegations of sexual abuse and harassment in our own parliaments and marches for justice across the country,...

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Yes! + Yes!: Stronger Consent Laws for Australia

We all deserve safety in our relationships and sexual experiences. But right now, many laws around sexual consent are confusing and inconsistent - and  increase the difficulty faced by survivors trying to seek justice.  A clear definition of affirmative consent - in which consent must be...

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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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