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Plans and strategies

National Plan to Reduce Violence against Women

The National Plan to Reduce Violence against Women and their Children aims to connect governments, community organisations and individuals that are working to reduce violence against women so that they can work together. For more information, visit the The National Plan website.

NSW Domestic and Family Violence Blueprint for Reform 2016-2021

The NSW Domestic and Family Violence  Blueprint for Reform 2016-2021: Safer Lives for Women, Men and Children sets out the directions and actions to reform the domestic violence system in NSW over the next five years.

The Blueprint provides the framework for building an effective system that addresses the causes and responds to the symptoms of domestic and family violence. It includes strategies to prevent domestic and family violence, intervene early with individual and communities at risk, support victims, hold perpetrators to account, and improve the quality of services and the system as a whole.

NSW Domestic And Family Violence Prevention And Early Intervention Strategy 2017-2021

The NSW Domestic and Family Violence Prevention and Early Intervention Strategy 2017-2021 (‘the Strategy’) sets out a direction for the way NSW Government agencies, non-government organisations and communities, design and implement prevention and early intervention strategies over the next four years.

NSW Sexual Assault Strategy

The NSW Government is developing a NSW Sexual Assault Strategy to improve prevention and response to sexual assault and sexual violence in NSW. More information also from NSW Sexual Assault Strategy: Progress Report

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Last updated: 24 Sep 2019