More than 1,000 Victorian schools have signed on to promote positive attitudes, behaviours and healthy relationships in school communities, to help prevent family violence.
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Victim survivors of family violence will be better protected under new Victorian laws coming into force tomorrow to support the National Domestic Violence Order Scheme.
The third annual Victoria Against Violence campaign begins today, challenging the attitudes and behaviours that lead to family violence and violence against women.
The third annual Victoria Against Violence campaign begins today, challenging the attitudes and behaviours that lead to family violence and violence against women
The Andrews Labor Government is taking action to reduce family violence with a $1.6 million grants package for intervention programs to hold perpetrators to account.
The first-ever statue of a female police officer, which recognises the role that women play in policing over the past 100 years, has been unveiled at the Victoria Police Academy today.
Victoria has taken another step towards Treaty with the first meeting of the Aboriginal Community Assembly in Melbourne today to discuss the design of the Aboriginal Representative Body.
I am taking a leave of absence from my Ministerial and Parliamentary responsibilities due to personal reasons.
Opportunities for women working in digital games will now be stronger than ever before, thanks to $140,000 in funding from the Andrews Labor Government to support a series of professional placements for women.
The Andrews Labor Government today launched a new $3 million program which aims to break the cycle of inter-generational trauma of family violence in Aboriginal families and communities.
More women with polycystic ovary syndrome will be able to access the treatment, expert advice and support they need thanks to a new Victorian-first clinic supported by $460,000 from the Andrews Labor Government.
Minister for Women Natalie Hutchins today announced the 21 successful scholarship recipients for the inaugural Joan Kirner Young and Emerging Women’s Leadership Program.
The Andrews Labor Government and the Eastern Maar Traditional Owner group have agreed to commence negotiations to formally recognise Eastern Maar Traditional Owner rights over Crown land in southwest Victoria.
The Turnbull administration's attempts at Closing the Gap for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders is currently not working. The Andrews Labor Government has joined other states and territories in slamming the Turnbull Government’s attempt to sideline Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people by ramming through changes to Closing the Gap targets without proper consultation.