25 Years Gala Dinner

29 May 2021 Ipswich Events & Entertainment Centre, Bundamba Contact ea@dvac.org.au for ticketing and further information.

Consent and Young People – Video Launch

Toowoomba Library Level 3, 155 Herries St, Toowoomba, Queensland

Please join us to talk about Consent and Young People Q&A panel with young people, parents and professionals Launch of an information video developed by young people, professionals and community members Places are limited please RSVP to Domestic Violence Action Centre: infotwba@dvac.org.au, phone: 07 4566 2630 or contact us for more information. View the videoContinue reading "Consent and Young People – Video Launch"

NAIDOC Week 2021

The 2021 NAIDOC Week theme is, ‘Heal Country, heal our nation.’ DVAC acknowledge and respect that we provide services across the lands and waters of the Bundjalung, Barranggam, Jarowair, Jagera, Ugarapul and Yuggera Peoples.

Wear It Purple Day 2021

Join the team at DVAC in wearing purple on August 27 and starting conversations online and in person that show support for rainbow young people in Ipswich, Toowoomba and beyond.

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

Studio 188 188 Brisbane Street, Ipswich, Queensland

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"

Free

Reclaim the Night

Toowoomba Library Level 3, 155 Herries St, Toowoomba, Queensland

Bring along your placards and voices for the right to be heard and to be safe. We will be marching approx. 1.5km chanting to raise awareness of sexual violence and abuse. Meet at Village Green in front of Toowoomba Library.

Practice Development Workshops: Workshop 1

Online via Teams

Workshop 1 – Understanding and Recognising DFV Understanding domestic and family violence (DFV) DFV legislation and relevant relationships Forms of abuse and the cycle of violence Coercive control Effects of abuse on adults, children and young people Identifying and talking about DFV DFV screening tips Note: registrations have now closed as we are fully booked.Continue reading "Practice Development Workshops: Workshop 1"

Free

Remembrance Day Ceremony 2022

d'Arcy Doyle Place Darcy Doyle Pl, Ipswich, Queensland

Domestic Violence Remembrance Ceremony May is recognised as Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Domestic and Family Violence is a growing issue in our community with many women and families impacted by its devastating effects. Remembrance ceremonies are held every year by Domestic Violence services across the country to remember those people who have been killed inContinue reading "Remembrance Day Ceremony 2022"

Free

Practice Development Workshops: Workshop 2

Online via Teams

Workshop 2 - Introduction to DFV Risk Assessments and Safety Planning High Risk Indicators of Homicide General Risk Indicators Strangulation Introduction to Risk Assessments Introduction to Safety Planning Note: registrations have now closed as we are fully booked. Please keep checking our events page and social media for an announcement of the next series ofContinue reading "Practice Development Workshops: Workshop 2"

Free

Practice Forum

Brothers Leagues Club 20 Wildey Street, Raceview, Queensland

Guiding Principles of Gendered Violence and Foundations of DFV Join us at this Practice Forum to learn about the drivers of gendered violence. International and national research consistently finds that gendered violence is driven by gender inequality. Once we have a better understanding of the causes of gendered violence, we can work together to prevent it.Continue reading "Practice Forum"

$10 – $30

In an emergency call the Police on 000

Are you worried someone will find out you visited this website?

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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