domestic violence

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Case Worker, Staying Home Leaving Violence program Our client, WASH...

Posted by Angela Gauci - 7th Jul 20, 09:58 PM

Case Worker, Staying Home Leaving Violence program Our client, WASH House, is seeking a qualified and experienced professional to join their team in the role of Caseworker in their Staying Home Leaving Violence (SHLV) program for a 12-month locum position. The Staying Home Leaving Violence (SHLV) program is a casework model supporting women (and their children) escaping domestic violence to remain safely in their homes, or leave safely.

Free Domestic Violence Training 2 Day Workshop - DV-alert is a...

Posted by Training Manager - 29th Aug 18, 01:03 PM

Free Domestic Violence Training 2 Day Workshop - DV-alert is a nationally recognised training program that enables health, allied health and frontline workers to recognise the signs of domestic and family violence, respond to someone subjected to domestic and family violence and know what best practice methods should be used to refer people on to the most appropriate support service. Workshop on 25 and 26 September Balgowlah near Manly (on city bus route, 5 min bus or taxi from Manly Wharf).

We need your support for Willoughby Swim for A Cause!6...

Posted by Oceana Kovacs - 3rd Nov 16, 11:21 AM

We need your support for Willoughby Swim for A Cause! 6pm – 9pm, Friday 18 November Willoughby Leisure Centre Get your friends, family and co-workers together and sign up for our community swimming relay, held in support of White Ribbon and Delvena Women’s Refuge. The event will see teams of four swim two laps of the pool, with the winner being the team who swims their registered time or within two seconds of it. All ages and levels of experience welcome!

Launch of 'Positively Remarkable People' Ending Violence against Women

Event shared by Eric Poulos - 1st Nov 16, 11:04 AM

Diane Macdonald has created a photographic exhibition focusing on people who are committed to bringing an end to all forms of gender-based violence. This photographic collection will be launched at the North Sydney Community Centre on 25 November 2016. The evening includes an introduction to the exhibition, and talks on local initiatives including Mary's House and the Women's Domestic Violence Court Advocacy Program. Light refreshments will be served.

Apprehended domestic violence orders: breaches don’t prove the law...

Posted by Brenna Callinan - 14th Jan 16, 11:21 AM

Apprehended domestic violence orders: breaches don’t prove the law has failed (SMH) "There seems to be a growing view that apprehended domestic violence orders (ADVOs) are of little use in stopping violence against women. One recent commentator described them as "just a piece of paper" and suggested they be scrapped."

Aid program arrives to help those fleeing home violence"The...

Posted by Brenna Callinan - 30th Nov 15, 09:29 AM

Aid program arrives to help those fleeing home violence "The ground-breaking volunteer-based support service RizeUp has extended from the Gold Coast to the Northern Rivers region of NSW. RizeUp issues appeals for donations of household goods and gift vouchers from community members through its Facebook and other social media pages. These are then used to furnish housing for mothers and children whose own homes are no longer safe because of intimate partner and family abuse."

Today is White Ribbon Day - National Day to Stop...

Posted by Brenna Callinan - 25th Nov 15, 10:39 AM

Today is White Ribbon Day - National Day to Stop Mens Violence against Women "In Australia, all women should live in safety, free from all forms of men’s violence. Sadly, this is not the case. On average, more than one woman per week is killed by a current or former partner. This deeply disturbing fact is only one tragic part of the bigger story surrounding domestic violence."