Addressing domestic and family violence together

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Addressing domestic and family violence together: The role of business

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A government response to the issue of domestic and family violence is only part of the answer.

Recently, there has been an increase in political commitment to addressing domestic and family violence (DFV) in Australia. The Australian Government has committed $100 million investment in the Second Action Plan of the National Plan to Reduce Violence against Women and their Children, and $30 million national campaign to reduce violence against women and their children, jointly funded with the states and territories.

DFV is not just a private or personal issue. It is also not just a matter for the government to address.

There is an important role for government, community and business to work together to help identify and implement solutions. This is not just about responding in isolation, but about a truly collaborative response that is coordinated.

Deloitte Access Economics examines the role of government, community and business in providing a coordinated response to DFV.

Addressing domestic and family violence together: The role of business

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