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domestic violence, Relationships, Sexual assault

Not Now, Not Ever

Did you know that the Not Now, Not Ever report into family and domestic violence recommended new legislative provisions for information sharing between government and non-government agencies?  These changes are designed to improve the safety of victims of domestic and family violence and better hold perpetrators to account (recommendation 78). Information sharing amendments to the Domestic… Continue reading Not Now, Not Ever

domestic violence, In the news, Sexual assault

Rape and DV crisis service on the line

It makes me so angry to see great services pushed beyond their limits then criticised because they aren't doing a good enough job. And then, just to make things worse, the same services are left in a position where their funding is threatened.  And who loses? Vulnerable people - mostly women and children - who… Continue reading Rape and DV crisis service on the line

domestic violence, Female empowerment, In the news, mental health, mental illness, Sexual assault

Violence and the media

I really appreciated this article which justifiably criticises the persistently abominable way in which violence and abuse (particularly against women and children) is portrayed in the media.  The abuse of vulnerable people should never EVER be an opportunity for media clickbait and titillation.  Until the media and our society takes this issue seriously, we are… Continue reading Violence and the media