A jury of more than one hundred Victorians is meeting this weekend in Melbourne to deliberate on Australia’s first ever legislation for gender equality.
The Andrews Labor Government is supporting is supporting local government programs that are working to prevent family violence in the Eastern suburbs of Melbourne.
The Andrews Labor Government is supporting new parents in Melbourne’s west with new local government grants.
Fourteen community groups across Melbourne and regional Victoria will receive funding to help tackle the devastating effects of ice use and addiction in their areas.
Workers in community services, security and contract cleaning now have access to portable long service benefits for the first time, thanks to the Andrews Labor Government.
The Andrews Labor Government is building stronger career pathways and helping working parents in the public service achieve a better work life balance.
The Andrews Labor Government is partnering with Our Watch to improve media reporting on family violence and violence against women as part of its work to change harmful and sexist attitudes.
Youth workers and police officers will target and prevent youth offending in Melbourne’s north-west and south as part of a 12-month pilot program funded by the Andrews Labor Government.
Victoria has enshrined the prevention of family violence in law, thanks to the Andrews Labor Government.
The Andrews Labor Government is ramping up its bystander campaign to call out the attitudes and behaviours that lead to family violence.