Knowledge, skills, confidence: empowering and protecting women online

The 2018 STOP Domestic Violence Conference will be held next week at the QT, Gold Coast over 3 and 4 December with optional workshops on 5 December.  Joining us at the conference is Ms Rosalie O’Neale, Program Manager – eSafetyWomen, Office of the eSafety Commissioner who will present on ‘Knowledge,…

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Access to super can be lifeline for family violence victims

The ability, or inability, to leave a situation of domestic violence can literally be a matter of life or death. Advocacy group White Ribbon states that an average of one woman a week is killed in Australia by a current or former partner. Domestic and family violence is the principal…

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Ms Kate Smith: Broken to Brilliant – Stories of Strength and Success

Stay tuned for the 2018 STOP Domestic Violence Conference Australia, held next week at Rydges Melbourne from Monday 4 – Tuesday 5 December. Ms Kate Smith, Founding Director of Broken to Brilliant LTD will be joining us to discuss “Broken to brilliant – stories of strength and success”.  Aim Publishing the book…

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Share the Dignity Activities4all: Allowing Children to Heal From the Trauma of Family Violence

Ms Rochelle Courtenay, Founder of Share the Dignity joins us at this year’s STOP Domestic Violence Conference, presenting “Share the Dignity Activities4all: allowing children to heal from the trauma of family violence”. Secure your seat at the Conference today! Share the Dignity is a National Charity who does many programmes,…

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Dixie Link-Gordon is Breaking Down the Code of Silence on Family Violence

Stories about women who suffer from family violence are tragically common. But what about those who dedicate themselves to breaking the cycle? People like Dixie Link-Gordon—a communicator, a connector, a knowledge portal for women dealing with abuse who need reassurance that they deserve better and that their lives can be…

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A Feminist Approach to Women and Companion Animals Surviving Domestic Violence

The 3rd STOP Domestic Violence Conference Australia will be held at Rydges Melbourne from Monday 4 – Tuesday 5 December, 2017. Heather Fraser, Associate Professor in Social Work at Flinders University will be presenting “Loving me, loving you: an intersectional feminist approach to women and companion animals surviving domestic violence”. In this paper…

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