Welcome to the February eNews

Welcome to this month’s new look eNews, which is full of news and events from our work together. 

From CEO Jacqui Watt

Hannah Clarke and her children

Many of you no doubt will be reeling from the recent murder of Hannah Clarke and her family in Brisbane. 

I share the feelings of loss and sadness and anger every time there is a murder, not just this one because its high profile, but each time we hear these now familiar words. 

Image source, ABC News

Given the profile of the most recent case of family violence, the murder of Hannah and her children, No to Violence has been called to speak with the media. And we've made the every effort to have our voice heard.

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No to Violence training dates

These crucial training sessions will boost your skills and reinvigorate your determination to end domestic and family violence.

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Shaping Australia's family law courts

No to Violence welcomed the opportunity to provide comment to the Joint Select Committee on Australia’s Law System.

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Image source: The Conversation 

Enhanced Pathways to Family Violence Work Project 

Third round open now! Don't miss out on an important opportunity to build your capacity and capability with high-quality student placements. 

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Deepening our ties in the Pacific

No to Violence welcomed Australia Awards Papua New Guinea recipients at a workshop to deepen their understanding of issues surrounding gender equality. 

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International Women's Day fundraiser

Our first Arts & Crafts auction - to help raise money for Aboriginal women's service, Djirra.

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