National Plan to End Violence against Women and Children 2022–2032
On 17 October 2022, the Australian, state and territory governments released the National Plan to End Violence against Women and Children 2022–2032 (National Plan).
The National Plan is the overarching national policy framework that will guide actions towards ending violence against women and children from 2022 to 2032.
It highlights how all parts of society, including governments, businesses and workplaces, media, schools and educational institutions, the family, domestic and sexual violence sector, communities and all individuals, must work together to achieve the shared vision of ending gender-based violence in one generation.
The Queensland Government’s response to Hear Her Voice – Report One
The Queensland Government’s response to the report of the Queensland Women’s Safety and Justice Taskforce, addressing coercive control and domestic and family violence in Queensland.
Hear Her Voice Reports
The Women’s Safety and Justice Taskforce’s reports to the Attorney-General examine how best to legislate against coercive control and analyse the experiences of women and girls in the criminal justice system. Together, they make 89 recommendations to Queensland Government about essential reforms required to the domestic violence service and justice systems, as well as a four-phase plan that includes a comprehensive suite of legislative reforms.
Not now, not ever: Putting an end to domestic and family violence in Queensland report
On 28 February 2015, the Special Taskforce on Domestic and Family Violence in Queensland provided the Premier with this report, which made 140 recommendations. The recommendations set the vision and direction for Queensland’s strategy to end domestic and family violence and ensure those affected have access to safety and support.