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State Budget 2019-20

  • Budget overview
  • Budget highlights

May 2019

  • Domestic and Family Violence Prevention Month: Not Now, Not Ever 2019
  • Domestic and Family Violence Implementation Council Progress report 1 December 2017 - 30 November 2018
  • Updated resources about domestic and family violence
  • 'It's not okay'
  • Review into the impacts of domestic and family violence on people with disability
  • Reshaping our approach to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander domestic and family violence
  • Queensland Government responds to image-based abuse though new laws

February 2019

  • New campaign to raise awareness of domestic and family violence in LGBTIQ communities
  • Christmas joy for women's shelters
  • DSDMIP stives for White Ribbon accreditation
  • A safe place to call home
  • DFV reform workshop a success

November 2018

  • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Domestic and Family Violence Resource
  • Stop it at the Start
  • Coffee for a cause
  • Agencies on track for White Ribbon Accreditation
  • Queensland Government's workplace DFV response an awards finalist
  • Mount Isa Integrated Service Response trial partners with local Elders
  • Domestic and family violence is not okay
  • The Queensland Courts Safe Room Project

August 2018

  • Sexual violence response
  • There's no excuse for elder abuse
  • Domestic Violence Action Centre: Like a Girl Calender
  • DFVI Council visit Cairns and Yarrabah
  • Changing the picture of violence against Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women
  • QCAT and LawRight: Helping vulnerable domestic violence victims
  • Gold Coast Community Legal Centre (GCCLC) receives award

May 2018

  • Campaign encourages neighbours to do something about domestic violence
  • Domestic and Family Violence Implementation Council progress report
  • Domestic and Family Violence Prevention Month
  • Brisbane Lions say no to domestic and family violence
  • Death Review and Advisory Board forum
  • Remote journey provides insight
  • Darkness to Daylight Challenge

April 2018

  • What's in the Not Now, Not Ever Report Card
  • May is Family Violence Prevention Month
  • Pilot addresses attitudes
  • Embrace the challenge
  • High risk teams update
  • New support and services
  • Information sharing manages risk
  • Death review and advisory board forum
  • Reimagining health
  • The ANROWS national conference

March 2018

  • Meet our new Minister, Di Farmer
  • UN report profiles some of our best
  • Life after DV
  • Increased privacy protection
  • Measuring success
  • Get ready for Queensland Women's Week
  • Changes to child protection laws have commenced
  • Training sessions on offer
  • The role of peers

December 2017

  • Media guide now available
  • National campaign awarded
  • Staff committed to cause
  • Accreditation takes us a step closer
  • Southport DFV court officially opens
  • DJAG team wins two national awards

November 2017

  • Ending violence is everyone's issue
  • Breakfast of change champions
  • DFVP month grants - apply by 10 November
  • 'Let's stop it at the start' campaign awarded
  • Staff committed to cause
  • New high risk teams establised in Brisbane, Ipswich and Cairns for 2017-18
  • Southport DFV court officially opens
  • Southport court an award finalist

October 2017

  • Cleveland student wins youth campaign competition
  • Novel way to make a difference
  • Working together to stand up and speak out
  • White Ribbon advocate awarded
  • Videos show we all have a role to play
  • Support services boost
  • National DVO scheme on its way
  • Young talent on display
  • New app for women
  • Research explores regional experiences

September 2017

  • Child protection is everyone's business
  • One Million Stars to End Violence project reaches its goal
  • Julie's a star weaver
  • QFES says Not Now, Not Ever
  • Meet Brett Weeden, White Ribbon Ambassador
  • Program helps staff recognise and respond
  • Focus on Logan/Beenleigh
  • More power for police
  • Holistic approach to protect children

August 2017

  • End domestic and family violence Progress snapshot
  • Two years on, what do Queenslanders think?
  • Making a connection
  • Agencies on track for White Ribbon accreditation
  • What's changed for Queensland's first responders?
  • Tackling homelessness
  • Collaboration in Cairns to help keep victims safe
  • Justice system's reforms on track
  • Excellence in reform work recognised
  • Share new ways of working

July 2017

  • Stop the hurting - end domestic violence
  • Putting the spotlight on elder abuse
  • Don't be a bad apple
  • Students find out what respect means
  • Safety resources support people with low literacy
  • New shelter to save lives on the Gold Coast
  • Specialist DV courts to stay
  • Law student job shadows specialist DV court

Qld Budget 2017-18 edition

  • What's in the budget for domestic and family violence reform?
  • Budget highlights
  • Domestic and family violence courts
  • New women's shelters
  • Evaluating the reforms
  • Supporting integrated responses
  • New and enhanced services

June 2017

  • Implementation council's 12-month report
  • Kay McGrath OAM appointed as new council chair
  • Multilingual videos encourage older Queenslanders to plan for the future
  • Strengthening workplace responses to violence and abuse
  • Torres Strait community to tackle domestic violence
  • Our Way to improve outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and families
  • Focus on the Cherbourg Integrated Service Response Trial
  • Workshop to address technology abuse
  • Law Week event focuses on domestic and family violence reform
  • New information sharing guidelines now available

May 2017

  • Ending domestic and family violence: how it began
  • Domestic and Family Violence Prevention Month
  • Not Now, Not Ever in Queensland
  • Grants help raise awareness of domestic and family violence
  • Leading the way for Queensland workplaces
  • Strengthening integration and collaboration
  • Grassroots engagement with Palm Island community
  • Online resources support all health workers
  • Better protection for victims as legislative changes commence
  • Applying for a Protection Order made easier with online form
  • Videos explain domestic violence orders

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