The Andrews Labor Government will do what no other government has – develop a new Secure Work Pilot Scheme, to provide up to five days of sick and carer’s pay at the national minimum wage for casual or insecure workers in priority industries.
Topic: "Family Violence"
The Victorian Budget 2020/21 will deliver up to $169.6 million to make kinder free next year, saving families around $2000 for every child enrolled in a participating funded kindergarten program.
Vulnerable Victorian families will be the priority of a dedicated police operation tackling family violence during the coronavirus pandemic.
The Victorian Government will ensure women and children escaping family violence have a safe place to go and the support they need during the coronavirus pandemic.
More Victorians will be trained in preventing family violence with new funding to teach people how to call out sexism and create gender equality policies in schools, health services, councils and workplaces.
CommUnity Plus has will receive $47,577 to provide more family violence support services for the community, thanks to the Andrews Labor Government.
The Andrews Labor Government is getting on with implementing Family Violence Royal Commission recommendations through further investments in support services for victims of family violence and sexual assault and the appointment of an Implementation Monitor.
In an Australian first, the Caring Dads program which helps dads realise the impact of family violence is set to begin in Melbourne.
New funding from the Andrews Labor Government will boost front-line support to families experiencing family violence and also target perpetrators to end the cycle of violence.
Family violence victims in our community will be at the heart of the Government’s implementation of the recommendations of the Royal Commission into Family Violence.
Survivors of family violence will be at the heart of the Andrews Labor Government’s response to the Royal Commission into Family Violence.
The Andrews Labor Government is increasing access to men’s behaviour change programs to help break the cycle of family violence in Victoria.
Minister for Aboriginal Affairs Natalie Hutchins today announced $350,000 to tackle Aboriginal family violence through community led action.
The Andrews Labor Government is examining the Common Risk Assessment Framework to ensure those experiencing family violence are supported consistently across the State.
A project making it easier for Victorian victims of family violence to seek protection through our courts will be expanded and improved under the Victorian Government’s inaugural Public Sector Innovation Fund.