NORWACS and its services use a number of activities and platforms to share news, information and to communicate with our communities, including public and online forums and notices, media releases, social media engagement and health promotion and advocacy events and activities. Here are some examples of what we have been doing.
Kelly Banister: Helping Women in NR Post Flood
The Safe Haven project will continue to deliver its services afterhours from the Lismore Women’s Health and Resource Centre. “We are delighted to support this important service,” said Kelly Banister, General Manager, Northern Rivers Women and Children’s Services. Safe...
Join our call to help victim-survivors, particularly victim-survivors of sexual violence, child sexual abuse, domestic violence, child abuse and modern slavery to access support they are entitled to and need. Currently, when victim-survivors apply for some aspects of...
Submission to Inquiry into NSW Floods NORWACS GADAus
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NSW has become the first state in the country to criminalise coercive control.
Repeated abusive behaviour with the intent to coerce or control will carry a sentence of up to seven years in jail.
If you or someone you know needs help, 24/7 support is available:
⚪NSW Domestic Violence Line: 1800 656 463
⚪NSW Sexual Violence Helpline: 1800 424 017
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Today we came together to recognise and acknowledge those women in our community who have experienced sexual assault and institutional abuse.
We acknowledge the profound harm caused to Survivors by sexual assault and institutional abuse.
We recognise and commemorate the courage and journeys of Survivors of Sexual Assault and Institutional Abuse.
We support efforts towards de-stigmatisation and public acceptance and undertake to continue our advocacy and support for the women in our community who are Survivors.
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Every day, brave Australians come forward and tell someone about the trauma they've experienced. We need to listen and act.
Tuesday 15 November is the first National Survivors' Day a day where we recognise and acknowledge those who have experienced sexual assault and institutional abuse. Every Conversation. Every Ribbon #EveryVoice
www.nationalsurvivorsday.org.au ... See MoreSee Less