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2018 STOP Domestic Violence Conference Australia

2018 STOP Domestic Violence Conference Australia 
3 - 5 December 2018, QT Gold Coast, QLD 
Mob: 0432 897 023  Further info contact @Isabel Venables




Broken to Brilliant - Audio Book Launch

Hosting a White Ribbon Night on Friday 29 July


To: info@rebeccawardconsulting.com
Subject: It's cold outside
Date: Thu, 7 Jul 2016 04:12:00 -0400
From: events@whiteribbon.org.au

Dear Rebecca, 

Many homeless women have fled domestic violence. For them, sleeping on the cold streets tonight is the better option. Domestic and family violence is the principal cause of homelessness for women and their children. This must stop.  You can help by hosting a White Ribbon Night on Friday 29 July. 

If you are looking for ideas, why not cook up a feast, have a movie marathon, or watch the footy, all in the comfort of your own home?

A Further Nine Workplaces Accredited by White Ribbon Australia for Taking Action to Prevent Men's Violence Against Women


MEDIA RELEASE - 31 March 2016

Today, White Ribbon Australia celebrates the accreditation of nine organisations as White Ribbon Workplaces, bringing the total number of White Ribbon accredited workplaces in Australia to 45. 

A further 120 workplaces are currently working towards accreditation.The program is rigorous. Over an 18 month period, participating workplaces must satisfy 15 assessment criteria under three separate standards. They submit evidence of extensive staff consultation, staff engagement, staff training as well as new and improved HR policies and procedures.

White Ribbon Day 2015

White Ribbon Day: tell the world it matters
 
Here are our top 3 tips for getting involved this 25 November:
 
1. Remember why it is important
 
Domestic violence is the gravest human rights abuse in Australia. 
 
 
2. Take the new oath
 
Be a part of the solution: take the oath

Grants available for 2016 Domestic and Family Violence Prevention Month activities

                                    MEDIA RELEASE

Minister for Communities, Women and Youth, Minister for Child Safety and Minister for Multicultural Affairs
The Honourable Shannon Fentiman

Grants available for 2016 Domestic and Family Violence Prevention Month activities
Community organisations across Queensland are being urged to apply for grants to run activities and events during Domestic and Family Violence Prevention Month in May next year.

Luke Batty Foundation... You did this...


From: info@neveralone.com.au
To: info@rebeccawardconsulting.com
Subject: You did this…
Date: Thu, 24 Sep 2015 11:01:35 +1000

Dear Rebecca,

I've just come from a press conference with the Prime Minister. He called family violence in Australia a national disgrace.

And then he announced a $100 million funding package to help address this epidemic. The package aims to improve frontline support and services, leverage innovative technologies to keep women safe, and provide education resources to help change community attitudes.

Not Now, Not Ever - Brisbane


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