Breaking the Cycle of Domestic Violence

“I’m not trying to impress anybody in the sector, I wanted to get help and make changes for me and for my family. What I did was personal. If you really love your kids and wife, then you need to make some big changes in your life and take responsibility...

Intersectionalities in DV and why it matters

“All forms of violence are an affront to a person’s dignity, and for many people they will say the humiliation is the worst part. The bruises go away, but you never forget what was said to you,” said internationally-renowned Dr Allan Wade from the Centre for Response-Based Practice in Canada....

When we know better, we can do better – training with Orana House

On Wednesday 28 August, our Operations Manager Mark O’Hare joined the staff from Orana House refuge as they embarked on a Family and Domestic Violence one-day special training event based around the Safe and Together framework in the tranquil Whiteman Park. Stepping outside of the office, the women came together...

Fathers Unite this Father’s Day

As Father’s Day approaches this Sunday, we are excited to announce that Stopping Family Violence’s Chief Executive Officer Damian Green has been collaborating with White Ribbon to create a series of endearing and honest videos entitled: ‘Let’s Talk About What it Means to be a Father’. White Ribbon Ambassador Damian...

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