Attorney-General Martin Pakula announced the appointment of retired Supreme Court Justice the Hon. Bernard Teague as Chair of the Victims of Crime Consultative Committee. This follows the resignation of former Supreme Court Justice the Hon. Philip Cummins. Continue reading
Australia’s National Research Organisation for Women’s Safety (ANROWS) is currently recruiting for the following positions:
- Senior Research Officer (Project Management)
- Executive Assistant (part-time 30.4 hours per week or 0.8FTE)
Over the next two years, the Victoria Aboriginal Health Service Cooperative will run a range of single, short parenting information sessions (1-2 hours) and longer programs (2-4 hours for 3-8wks) for parents/carers of different aged Koori kids, focusing on different aspects of parenting. Continue reading
VICSEG’s program will focus on enabling workers to value diversity and plan for it, manage the dynamics of difference and adapt to the cultural contexts of the communities they serve. Continue reading
The Victorian Royal Commission into Family Violence will begin its targeted five week consultation program on 20 April 2015. Continue reading
The Preventing Violence Together: Western Region Partnership to Prevent Violence Against Women, have released their fourth annual Progress Brief. These short briefs are designed to keep Preventing Violence Together endorsee and partner agencies, as well other key organisations and government departments, up to date with the implementation work of the partnership during 2014.
The Brimbank City Council Plan to Prevent Men’s Violence Against Women, Towards Gender Equity (2015-2019) sets out an approach for the delivery of Council’s actions to enhance gender equity and prevent violence against women. This work sits within Council’s mandate to create healthy, safe and inclusive communities and to advocate for social justice and human rights on behalf of the entire community. Continue reading
The Finance and Public Administration References Committee has finalised its interim report for the Senate Inquiry into Domestic Violence in Australia which includes nine recommendations to the Commonwealth Government Continue reading
Good Shepherd Youth & Family Service’s Firmer Foundations program aims to help women become financially independent and better placed to leave a potentially violent relationship before a tragic crisis occurs.
The next program will run for five weeks in St Albans