Domestic Violence Action Centre has partnered with several Ipswich Creatives who will be providing a series of candle making workshops throughout April. At these workshops you will not only learn how to make your own candle, but you also can join a conversation about how we can all play a role to end family andContinue reading "Candles & Conversations for a Purpose"
Have your say on Queensland legislating against coercive control, the creation of a standalone domestic violence offence and more. Join DVAC in making a submission to the Women’s Safety & Justice Taskforce before July 16, 2021.
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