Victorian reforms feed national conversation about sexual violence
In February 2020, changes to the Judicial Proceedings Reports Act made it an offence in Victoria to publicly identify the victim of a sexual offence.
Women’s Safety Summit – a responsibility for all
The National Summit on Women’s Safety was held over two days earlier this month
The tragedy of inaccessible housing and domestic violence
On 1st February at 11:35 PM, I was given the news that my friend, Aminah Hayat, had been allegedly killed by her husband. I had...
Domestic violence and its systemic perpetration
At least one child is killed by a parent every month; one woman is murdered every week by a partner or former partner; another hospitalised every three hours.
Paid family and domestic violence leave a huge win for workers
At the end of last month, working-class people across the country achieved a momentous victory when a bill tabled by Workplace Relations Minister Tony Burke...
At least one child is killed by a parent every month; one woman is murdered every week by a partner or former partner; another hospitalised...
Promising: Workplace reforms on the horizon
In an honest assessment, the Albanese government has come out the gate with a series of important industrial reforms: an increased minimum wage, paid family,...