WA Prevention of Family and Domestic Violence Minister Simone McGurk has called on more Western Australian employers to introduce special leave entitlements for people experiencing family and domestic violence.
The WA Government is shining a light on the State’s horrifying family and domestic violence statistics, reminding all Western Australians they can play a part in stopping the violence.
The third annual Victoria Against Violence campaign begins, challenging the attitudes and behaviours that lead to family violence and violence against women.
Local community members are urged to join police as they take an oath and make a stand to help end domestic violence at White Ribbon events across NSW.
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.