Christmas 2022: “Thank you”

Christmas 2022 donations: “Thank you” These holidays, the Domestic Violence Action Centre asked the community to give a gift with meaning by making a donation to DVAC in lieu of Christmas gifts. Donations and sponsorship provide women escaping violence with necessities such as meals, clothing, tech, medicine and taxi vouchers, or a night of emergencyContinue reading “Christmas 2022: “Thank you””

Write a Revolution – “Fight Like a Girl” Poetry Slam

The Domestic Violence Action Centre invites young people, aged 15–25, to join this brilliant opportunity to work with award winning and professional poet Anisa Nandaula and Sinéad Nunan, where you will workshop poetry writing & ‘slam’ performance, whilst exploring ideas about what it means to “Fight Like a Girl” in 2021. Let’s challenge gender stereotypesContinue reading “Write a Revolution – “Fight Like a Girl” Poetry Slam”

Not Now, Not Ever: Take up the challenge to put an end to domestic and family violence this May

May is Domestic and Family Violence Prevention Month in Queensland.  The purpose of the month is to help raise help community awareness and send a clear message that domestic and family violence will not be tolerated. Everyone in the community has a role to play in raising awareness.  Here are a few ways you canContinue reading “Not Now, Not Ever: Take up the challenge to put an end to domestic and family violence this May”

May 5th Domestic Violence Remembrance Day

You are invited to put on your walking shoes and join the Ipswich & West Moreton community for the annual National Domestic Violence Remembrance Day candlelight vigil and march. This event acknowledges and remembers the people in our community who have lost their lives in the context of domestic and family violence. Held on WednesdayContinue reading “May 5th Domestic Violence Remembrance Day”

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Our website has a quick exit button near the bottom right-hand corner of the page. This button will close the DVAC website and open ABC News and the Google homepage. The button may be helpful if you are worried that you are being monitored and you are concerned that someone is about to see you looking at the DVAC site.

You may also want to delete your browser history. This means that the history of the websites you have visited will not be able to be seen. For information on deleting your internet history click here.

If someone is monitoring your online activity using spyware or monitoring devices, they may still be able to see that you have visited this website.

To discuss your online safety, speak with your DVAC support worker or call DVConnect 1800 811 811 (24-hour telephone advice line) or 1800 RESPECT (1800 737 732) (24-hour telephone counselling line).

For more information on your digital safety see:

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