The SA Government will develop laws to allow video evidence to be admissible in domestic violence related legal proceedings, and continue to develop a trial domestic violence disclosure scheme under new moves to address this important issue.
QLD Minister for Prevention of Domestic & Family Violence Shannon Fentiman has congratulated Rio Tinto Australia on its announcement of paid leave for staff affected by Domestic Violence.
The Victorian Government is making Victoria safer by expanding programs that make men who have committed family violence take accountability for their actions and stop abusing women and children.
Sydneysiders are invited to host a night in with their neighbours this Friday (28 July 2017) to help prevent domestic and family violence.
The Commonwealth and Victorian governments have reaffirmed their commitment to changing the culture that leads to violence against women, both providing $3.3 million over the next three years to primary prevention organisation, Our Watch.
The Victorian Government has appointed Sue Clifford as Chief Executive Officer of its new family violence agency, Family Safety Victoria.