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    Government Response to Domestic and Family Violence Report Not Now Not Ever
    The Special Taskforce on Domestic and Family Violence in Queensland (the Taskforce), chaired by The Honourable Quentin Bryce AD CVO, was announced on 10 August 2014. The Taskforce provided its report, ‘Not Now, Not Ever: Putting an End to Domestic and Family Violence in Queensland’ to the Premier on 28 February 2015. The Report includes 140 recommendations to help eliminate domestic and family vio

    Establishment and appointments Domestic and Family Violence Implementation Council
    In August 2015, the Government decided to implement the Report Not Now, Not Ever: Putting an End to Domestic and Family Violence in Queensland (the Not Now, Not Ever Report) including the establishment of the Domestic and Family Violence Implementation Council. The Council will monitor the implementation of the recommendations of the Not Now, Not Ever Report and the Domestic and Family Violence Pr

    Criminal Law (Domestic Violence) Amendment Bill (No 2) 2015
    In February 2015, the Special Taskforce on Domestic and Family Violence provided its report, Not Now, Not Ever: Putting an End to Domestic Violence in Queensland (the report) to the Honourable Annastacia Palaszczuk MP, Premier and Minister for the Arts. The report contains 140 recommendations on how the Government and the Queensland community can better address and reduce domestic and family viole

    Domestic and Family Violence Protection and Another Act Amendment Bill 2015
    The Special Taskforce on Domestic and Family Violence (the Taskforce) in its final report, Not Now, Not Ever: Putting an End to Domestic and Family Violence in Queensland (the Taskforce Report) made 140 recommendations, including specific changes to the Domestic and Family Violence Protection Act 2012 (DFVP Act). The Queensland Government response accepted these recommendations and identified the

    Family Responsibilities Commission Amendment Bill 2015
    The Family Responsibilities Commission (FRC) is a key mechanism supporting the Welfare Reform program operating in the communities of Aurukun, Coen, Hope Vale, Mossman Gorge and Doomadgee. Welfare Reform is designed to restore local authority and build stronger and more resilient communities. The FRC operates by convening conferences in relation to community members brought to its attention throug

    Establishment of Domestic and Family Violence Death Review and Advisory Board
    The report of the Special Taskforce on Domestic and Family Violence in Queensland (the Taskforce), Not Now, Not Ever: Putting an End to Domestic and Family Violence in Queensland (the Taskforce report), released on 28 February 2015, recommended enhancing the existing Domestic and Family Violence Death Review Unit located in the Office of the State Coroner (the Unit), and, in consultation with key

    Report on domestic and family violence services audit
    The Special Taskforce on Domestic and Family Violence (the Taskforce), chaired by The Honourable Quentin Bryce AD CVO, provided its report ‘Not Now, Not Ever: Putting an End to Domestic and Family Violence in Queensland’ (the Taskforce report) to the Premier and Minister for the Arts on 28 February 2015. On 18 August 2015, the Government released its response to the Taskforce Report which accepted

    Final Domestic and Family Violence Prevention Strategy
    On 18 August 2015 the Government released its response to the Special Taskforce on Domestic and Family Violence Report ‘Not Now, Not Ever: Putting an End to Domestic and Family Violence in Queensland’ which accepted all 121 Government based recommendations and supported the 19 non-government recommendations. At the same time, the Government also released a draft Domestic and Family Violence Preven

    Second Action Plan (2016-17 to 2018-19) of Domestic and Family Violence Prevention Strategy
    The Queensland Government accepted all 121 Government based recommendations and supported the 19 non-government recommendations of the landmark ‘Not Now, Not Ever’ Report, as a gesture of commitment to eliminating domestic and family violence in Queensland. Significant progress has been achieved in the first year of reform to establish the foundations of the Domestic and Family Violence Prevention

    Appointments to Domestic and Family Violence Death Review and Advisory Board
    The report of the Special Taskforce on Domestic and Family Violence in Queensland, Not Now, Not Ever: Putting an End to Domestic and Family Violence in Queensland, released on 28 February 2015, included recommendations for improving the review process for domestic and family violence related deaths in Queensland. In particular, the Taskforce recommended enhancing the existing Domestic and Family V

    Domestic and Family Violence Protection and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 2016
    The Special Taskforce on Domestic and Family Violence in its final report, Not Now, Not Ever: Putting an End to Domestic and Family Violence in Queensland made 140 recommendations, including specific changes to the Domestic and Family Violence Protection Act 2012 (DFVP Act). The Queensland Government response accepted these recommendations and identified the commencement of the review of the DFVP

    Queensland Financial Inclusion Plan
    The Queensland Financial Inclusion Plan (action plan) delivers a cross-agency, crosssector response to improve financial resilience and inclusion for Queenslanders, supported by strong partnerships with the financial and community sectors. The action plan will inform policy, program and service delivery to financially vulnerable Queenslanders and respond to issues arising from financial stress a

    Queensland Violence against Women Prevention Plan 2016-22
    Violence in all its forms is unacceptable. Women and girls are overwhelmingly disproportionately affected by a range of forms of violence, such as domestic and family violence; sexual violence, including rape; assault and harassment; technology facilitated violence, such as online harassment and abuse; elder abuse; female genital mutilation; trafficking; and forced and servile marriage. These form

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    12 May, 2016

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