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Affirmative consent, evidence and procedure changes top sexual assault reform list in NSW
NSW Women’s Alliance releases 9 point plan to address sexual violence
Women’s safety services call on leaders to commit to funding at today’s national cabinet meeting
After worst year for domestic violence on record, rates aren’t falling
Aboriginality & gender most influential factors in bail refusal
Proposed reform to shared parenting presumption in family law welcome, but abuse victims still need greater protections
Women’s safety peak calls for urgent reform to ensure victims of sexual assault can access justice
Women’s safety peak calls for urgent reform to ensure access to justice
Women’s safety peak says “it’s time to listen to domestic abuse survivors”
Calls for NSW child protection reforms to better target support for families impacted by domestic violence
Hope for strong action on domestic violence as women’s safety ministers meet
NSW to Prohibit Direct Cross-Examination of Domestic Violence Victims by their Accused
Progress made, but more to be done to improve police and court responses to domestic violence
New Coalition calls for immediate action on criminalising coercive control
Advocates slam budget for failing women trying to escape family violence
Women’s Safety submission calls for $12 billion domestic violence plan
Domestic violence survivors and advocates call for criminalisation of coercive control
Reform needed to protect domestic violence victims with pets and livestock
Domestic violence services in NSW to tender for $9 mil in COVID relief funding
Statement in response to NSW DFV Blueprint Reform Evaluation
All words – no action. Ministers come up short amidst domestic violence crisis
Welcoming Hospital Access for Domestic Violence Victims on Temporary Visas
Domestic violence advocates call for action on pandemic recommendations
Ministers urged to better protect women on temporary visas experience violence
Urgent action needed to provide safety and support for migrant and refugee victims of domestic violence
Legislation needed to improve interpreter services for domestic violence victims from non-English speaking
Aboriginal Domestic Violence Workers Speak Out on Impacts of COVID-19
Women’s safety peak pleads with Victims Services Commissioner – don’t put up extra barriers for victims
New report reveals domestic violence escalating as lockdown eases
Until we shift dial on family violence, we shouldn’t be enshrining shared parenting in law
Problematic BOCSAR Report Must Give Policymakers Pause for Reflection says Women’s Safety Peak
Welcome reprieve for frontline domestic violence services in NSW in a $21 mil joint rescue package
Domestic Violence Defendants Should No Longer Make Early Bail Due to COVID-19
Domestic violence client numbers increasing in NSW, but services still haven’t received any extra funding
Welcome Family Court Move to Triage DV Matters – Now States Must Prioritise Child Safety
Domestic violence during COVID-19- story behind headline statistic
NSW Government must follow Tasmania and provide lifeline for women on temporary visas experiencing violence
Calls for stronger safeguards regarding child living & care arrangements to keep women and children safe
COVID-19 impact on domestic and family violence in NSW
New Domestic Violence Survey Shows Impact of COVID-19 on Rise
Frontline domestic violence services need support now
Federal Government acknowledges increased risk of domestic violence but package misses mark
Resourcing of NSW Police Force to protect domestic violence victims never more important
Opinion: Concerns about family law inquiry. Not just another case of ‘we told you so’
NSW Government announces changes to domestic violence service responses in wake of COVID-19
Domestic violence set to escalate with COVID-19 so governments need to act now
COAG opts for more talk but no new measures to tackle domestic violence crisis
Women’s Safety Advocates Outraged over Government’s Appalling Inaction on Domestic Violence