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2024
DVNSW welcomes NSW Government's investment into domestic and family violence sector
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Federal Cabinet meeting provides little relief for the gendered violence emergency in Australia
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Domestic Violence NSW respond to calls for a NSW Royal Commission into domestic and family violence
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Domestic violence murders almost half of 2023 total dealth toll
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Domestic Violence NSW launches public pledge to end domestic and family violence with Rosie Batty
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CEO of DVNSW comments on the ‘horrific spate of domestic violence related murders’ since Friday
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Domestic Violence NSW CEO responds to the disappearance of Luke Davies and Jesse Baird
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2023
Calls for increased funding after October rise in domestic violence deaths
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Budget burdens survivors with the cost of domestic violence for another year
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A Short-Term Victory For Short-Sighted Contracts
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Scorecard Compares How Political Parties Address Women's Safety This Election
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NSW Political Parties Come Together to Address Women's Safety
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2022
DVNSW and CWA Co-Host NSW Regional Forum on Domestic and Family Violence
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Domestic Violence NSW Releases Report on Policing of Domestic and Family Violence to Coincide with NSW Police Report
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DVNSW Demands More for Women’s Safety in the 2022 Federal Election
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NSW Budget Announces Wrap-Around Support for Women Leaving Domestic Violence
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DVNSW Releases Report Outlining Concerns Over Federal Government Domestic Violence Grant
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NSW Women’s Alliance Launches 2023 State Election Platform: Action to End Gendered Violence
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Rosie Batty, Jess Hill and Key DFV Advocates Warn Lack of Consultation with Victim-Survivors May Lead to Disastrous Consequences
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2021
DVNSW calls on NSW government for REAL investment to stop domestic violence
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Domestic Violence NSW opens Parliamentary Inquiry into Coercive Control
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Joint Media Release: Supports to Victims of Crime Difficult to Access
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Joint Media Release: Enough is Enough
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DVNSW Appoints Annabelle Daniel as Chair of Board
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Joint Media Release: New Law Protects Pets from Domestic Violence
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Joint Media Release: Women’s Safety Sector Calls for Ministers to Act
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New Report from Federal Inquiry into Domestic, Family and Sexual Violence Makes 88 Recommendations, But It Just Isn’t Enough
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DVNSW and NSW Women’s Alliance Propose Nine-Point Plan to Address Sexual Violence
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NSW Women’s Alliance Welcomes Extended Funding for DFV Services
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2021/22 Federal Budget Falls Short for Women
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Significant Housing Gap Evident in Federal Budget
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DVNSW Applauds Introduction of Affirmative Consent Legislation
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Budget Fails to Deliver on Housing for Domestic Violence Victims
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NSW Parliament Launches Coercive Control Report in Favour of Considered and Consultative approach to Criminalisation
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DVNSW Launches Voices for Change Report
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DVNSW Releases Report Highlighting Impact of 2021 COVID Lockdown
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Women’s Safety Summit Launches with Australia Calling for Urgent Change
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Domestic Violence Peak Calls for Strong Action for Audit into Policing
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NSW Government to Criminalise Coercive Control
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NSW Government to Criminalise Coercive Control
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2020
COVID-19: Help is available for DFV during COVID-19 Crisis
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COVID-19: Temporary Accommodation Hotel Register Launched
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Community Legal Sector and NSW Women’s Alliance calls for halt in Victim Support Services Changes
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NSW Government must act now to provide a safety net for women on temporary visas and their children
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Peak Body cautiously welcomes Parliamentary Inquiry into family, domestic and sexual violence
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When there is no where safe to call home
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Women on Temporary visa’s in crisis within crisis
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DVNSW calls for a hold on proposed changes to victim services
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Animals and People experiencing domestic and family violence
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NSW Government makes hospital care more accessible people experiencing violence
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Ministers urged to better protest women on temporary visa’s experiencing violence
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DVNSW Gives Evidence in Federal Inquiry into Domestic, Family and Sexual Violence
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NSW Government Makes Hospital Care More Accessible for Domestic and Family Violence (DFV) Victims
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New Modelling: Economic, Social Disadvantage Tsunami to hit NSW
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Domestic violence funding in the NSW budget fails to match need
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