The Queensland government has recently announced that it will support all 89 recommendations of the ‘Hear Her Voice’ report. Part of the reforms that the government has committed to funding include new laws and programs to recognise, prevent and punish coercive control, including making coercive control a criminal offence.
The Allison Baden-Clay Foundation and the MATE program are committed to prevention, and we believe that community education to support these reforms are vital. Through education we believe we can prevent domestic violence from occurring, and save lives.
Join us for a free webinar in which we will explore how Allison Baden-Clay experienced coercive control, and how you as a bystander may be able recognise the signs. The webinar will also provide practical tips that will help you actively provide support to someone using coercive control, while respectfully challenging the attitudes and behaviour of those using it.
Registrations have now closed.