AWAVA’s position Along with Fair Agenda and over 100 peak bodies and practitioners, we opposed the establishment of the inquiry. We made a joint statement calling for immediate action to make family law safer, separate from this unnecessary and harmful inquiry. Now that the inquiry is going ahead against our advice, we are [...]
Our Friends and Supporters share our vision to ensure that all women and children are able to live free from all forms of violence and abuse. We currently have over 200 individuals and organisations from a diverse range of backgrounds in our friends and supporters network. AWAVA’s Vision, Values, Principles and Objectives can be [...]
AWAVA is seeking a part time (30 hours per fortnight) Administration and Communications Assistant to join the AWAVA team based in our Canberra office. The position is linked to the SCHCADS 2010 Award (MA000100) Level 3.2 ($30.63 per hour). The Administration and Communications Assistant will provide administrative, organisational, and communication support to the program staff, [...]
AWAVA is developing a Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Framework (MELF) to check and reflect on our activities and the impact they are having, making adjustments where needed, to make sure that we are using our position and resources for the best impact. We are seeking to engage a consultant to assist with developing our [...]
The National Plan to Reduce Violence Against Women and Their Children 2010-2022 (National Plan) is a major policy framework that has the potential to help achieve gender equality and end violence against women. The National Plan acts as the primary Australian policy on reducing sexual assault and domestic and family violence. The National Plan has [...]
Women’s Legal Service Victoria is conducting a survey to improve the training that it provides to community organisations. Complete the survey here
An evaluation of 1800RESPECT is underway. Social Compass has been commissioned by the Department of Social Services to seek the views of a range of stakeholders. Service providers and peak bodies are encouraged to please take this anonymous five minute survey before it closes on 30th of Mar March 2017.
The Council of Australian Governments (COAG) National Summit on Reducing Violence against Women will be held in Brisbane on 27 and 28 October 2016, to review progress and profile best practice in efforts to make Australia safer for women and their children. Online roundtables are open now, enabling submissions and comments from people who are [...]