Australia’s first ever treaty legislation is now law with the Advancing the Treaty Process with Aboriginal Victorians Bill 2018 passing Victorian Parliament this evening.
Victoria’s first ever dedicated family violence prevention agency will be enshrined in law as part of the Andrews Labor Government’s efforts to end family violence.
The Andrews Labor Government’s labour hire licensing scheme, which protects some of Victoria’s most vulnerable workers and cracks down on shonky operators, is now law.
The hard work and achievements of young Aboriginal people across Victoria have been recognised at this year’s Ricci Marks Awards.
The Andrews Labor Government is taking action to directly boost the representation of women in the construction industry.
The Andrews Labor Government’s historic Treaty legislation has passed the Legislative Assembly, bringing the state one step closer to a Treaty with Victoria’s first peoples.
The Andrews Labor Government is supporting Aboriginal Elders and Traditional Owners to engage further on the state’s Treaty process.
Victorians can now learn more about Aboriginal culture and history with the launch of the Deadly Questions campaign.
The Andrews Labor Government has welcomed the Fair Work Commission’s decision to increase the minimum wage and award minimum wages in their Annual Wage Review.
The Andrews Labor Government is boosting the number of Aboriginal women in leadership positions through a new development program.