Greens call on Government to listen to the sector, slam Right to Know Scheme
The Greens have criticised the Government’s ‘Right to Know’ scheme announcement for once again putting announceables above evidence-based policy backed by domestic violence experts.
minister dodges questions on out of touch white ribbon jetski parade
This year's White Ribbon Day was tarnished with a tasteless jet ski parade in Sydney Harbour.
coercive control bill passes through parliament
After years of campaigning by activists and stakeholders, coercive control is now criminalised in NSW.
Greens motion calls on government to consider recommendations of the Barnardos Australia Report
Children are too often not recognised as the victims of domestic and family violence.
Greens motion in parliament commends the advocacy of Betty's Place
With a gap of resources for women and children escaping domestic and family violence in regional NSW Betty's Place in Albury makes that gap noticably smaller.
Another round of Budget Estimates!
A crazy three weeks of Budget Estimates have just wrapped up here in NSW Parliament. So, what have we learned?
Coalition brands streetlights as a spend "for women"
In Estimates, Abigail grilled the Minister for Women's Safety and the Prevention of Domestic Violence about why the Coalition is refusing to fund vital frontline support services that would actually make a...
Greens to strengthen Gov coercive control exposure draft Bill
Abigail on behalf of the Greens made a submission to the Government's coercive control exposure draft Bill, which seeks to strengthen gaps in the Bill.
Coalition's coercive control bill need greater sector consultation
Abigail questioned the Minister for the Prevention of Domestic Violence on the failure to establish an implementation task force to inform the Government's draft coercive control bill.
LGBTQ Domestic Violence Awareness Day
Abigail passed a motion today in recognition of LBGTQ Domestic Violence Awareness Day and the need for greater victim-survivor support.