Suitably qualified individuals or organisations are invited to tender for an action research project to identify home security options, strategies and solutions to improve the safety of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women impacted by domestic and family violence living in remote Queensland.
From March 2017, new domestic and family violence support services will be available in the Mount Isa/Gulf region. The services are part of the Mount Isa/Gulf domestic and family violence integrated response trial and will work closely with local family support services to ensure people get the support they need to be safe.
The Second Action Plan of the Domestic and Family Violence Prevention Strategy builds upon the strong foundation laid in the First Action Plan and will transform the way we work together to better protect victims and hold perpetrators to account.
Queensland Government agencies are taking active steps to prevent and respond to violence against women by working towards becoming accredited White Ribbon Workplaces.
Highlighting the key achievements and progress made on implementing the Not Now, Not Ever report recommendations.
The Queensland Government is committed to reducing the devastating effects of domestic and family violence and will invest $198.2 million over 5 years to address this problem.
The Queensland Government is committed to supporting employees affected by domestic and family violence. View our workplace package.
All over Queensland, people are taking up the challenge to put an end to domestic and family violence. See what others have done and share how you’re taking up the challenge.
If you are in immediate danger, phone the police on Triple Zero (000).
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