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We’re here to end domestic and family violence.

Challenge DV has been partnering with organisations since 2001 to educate, advocate and empower people to end domestic and family violence. We do this by providing tailored training solutions and policy services to support your staff.

Join Challenge DV for our Darkness to Daylight fundraiser in May

Make every step count by helping to drive community awareness and intervention, and raising crucial funds to help prevent domestic and family violence.

Our impact

Challenge DV is a social enterprise with a simple vision: to create a world without domestic and family violence.

We make an impact by educating workplaces on the signs of domestic and family violence, partnering with organisations that share our vision to create change, and uniting the community through powerful events and advocacy.

Our latest news

Remembering Doreen: daughter’s mission to combat domestic and family violence

Shayne Probert has a very personal reason to join the fight against domestic and family violence. In 2021, Shayne’s mother Doreen Langham was murdered by a former partner who set her house on fire.Read more

EVENT: Darkness to Daylight | 1 to 31 May 2023

When Darkness to Daylight started, on average 110 people were dying from domestic and family violence every year in Australia. Darkness to Daylight is a 110km run where each kilometre represents oneRead more

Get Moving in May to Challenge Domestic Violence

Hit the pavement, hiking trails, dirt tracks or surface of your choice to take a stand against domestic and family violence next month. Recognised as Domestic and Family Violence (DFV) Prevention MonRead more

New Coercive Control Laws for Queensland

Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk described coercive control as an intentional pattern of abusive behaviours that lie at the core of domestic and family violence. Challenge DV is encouraged by theRead more

Challenge DV’s Amy Cook spoke to 4BC’s Spencer Howson to shine a light on coercive control and the actions individuals can take to make a difference

Domestic and family violence is often not visible. Coercive control can lead to isolation, fear and long-term health and economic impacts for those being abused, including children.   The 2022 reporRead more

Meet the team: Saesha Stowers

Saesha has been working with Challenge DV since May 2022, having completed her secondary studies. She’s our amazing moderator, so if you take one of our workplace programs, she is typically behind Read more

Thank you for all your support this year

As 2022 draws to a close, the Challenge DV team want to thank all our incredible partners and supporters for being with us for the year and supporting us to make an impact as we work towards endingRead more

Meet the team: Enisy Pratha

Enisy joined the Challenge DV team in October 2022, having graduated with distinction with a Bachelor of Business, majoring in Marketing, from Swinburne University of Technology.  This is Enisy'sRead more

Looking UNDER COVER to understand the women’s homelessness epidemic

We were delighted to welcome around 50 guests to a special screening of UNDER COVER, a documentary exploring why women over 50 are the fastest growing group of people experiencing homelessness, atRead more

Engaging the CCF to recognise, respond and refer to domestic and family violence

Our wonderful Workplace Programs Manager, Sian Fullerton, was invited to talk about how to recognise, respond and refer when a colleague may be impacted by domestic and family violence at the CivilRead more

Connecting communities to create change: Afghan community insights event

We were delighted to welcome 40 Afghan community leaders and experts to a special event during 16 Days of Activism 2022 to share insights on the causes of domestic and family violence andRead more

Harnessing technology to create change: the Queensland government's eLearning story

“The Public Service Commission has taken a leadership role across the Queensland public sector to ensure all agencies remain committed to building workplace cultures where everyone feels safe andRead more

Help us end domestic and family violence.

Domestic and family violence affects more than 3.6 million Australians every year with one woman a week on average dying from domestic and family violence.

Domestic and family violence is entirely preventable - with your help, we can end domestic and family violence once and for all.

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Special thanks to our Foundation Partner

Special thanks to our Darkness to Daylight 2023 partners and sponsors


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