Run or walk to end domestic and family violence this May - Registrations are now open for Darkness to Daylight 2024

29 - 30 May 2024

Illuminate the path towards a future free from domestic and family violence. Join our community on May 29-30 as we run for a cause, collectively taking a bold stand against abuse.

Every step counts - move for a great cause this May.

News

Darkness to Daylight 2024: Join us to end domestic and family violence

Embark on a meaningful journey this May with Darkness to Daylight, Queensland’s premier event for domestic and family violence awareness and prevention. Returning to Parliament House in 2024, standRead more

16 Days of Activism: Uniting Against Gender-Based Violence

One initiative that has been making waves in the fight against gender-based violence is the "16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence" campaign. Initiated by UN Women, this annual globalRead more

Why We Run - Documentary Premiere

Why We Run is the story of 16 teenagers learning about domestic and family violence, but its impact is so much bigger than that. Over 12 weeks, students from St Teresa’s Catholic CollegeRead more

Hoodie Giveaway Winners Announcement

Huge thanks to everyone who was able to donate money over the past few weeks and share their contribution on social media.  We understand budgets are stretched at the moment so we really appreciateRead more

Extraordinary evening at the inaugural Finding Freedom: Art Auction and Exhibition for World Refugee Week 2023

Works by talented artists from Afghanistan, Myanmar, Ukraine, Venezuela, and more were energetically sold in live auctions facilitated by Christian Hamilton of Harcourts Real Estate, as well as soRead more

Darkness to Daylight 2023 wrap

Over $226,000 Donated for Darkness to Daylight 2023 The sun has set on the 10th Darkness to Daylight, after 2431 people took part and more than $226,000 was raised. Challenge DV brought 2023’s DomeRead 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

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

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
 

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