'Shocking' gap in national policy on LGBTIQ violence prevention

Anne Ruston speaking in the Mural Hall at Parliament House

The parliamentary inquiry called by the Minister for Women Marise Payne and the Minister for Families and Social Services Anne Ruston builds on four national "action plans" on violence prevention focussed on women and their children. Image credit: Lukas Coch/AAP

Binary stereotypes and one-size-fits-all policy models silence some of Australia's most vulnerable, witnesses told today’s parliamentary inquiry into family, domestic and sexual violence.[.....]

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