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On the day of our visit to Womens Domestic Violence Crisis Service, all of Victoria’s refuges are full. There are three workers on shift and the phone rings non-stop.

Violence in a family or a relationship is usually seen as outside of the framework of 'human rights', and as something 'private'.

A fortnightly summary of domestic violence in local, national and international news, popular culture and opinion.

The fight for equal pay happened in the 70s, right? Wrong! Community workers earn $15,000 less per year than their government counterparts and 80% of us are women.

DVRCV has two job opportunities in violence prevention and online communications.

What is the role of men in perpetrating violence against women? How can men prevent it? How do men speak up in everyday situations? Dr Kaufman and Dr Flood speak on White Ribbon Day in Melbo

For the first time ever, domestic violence services in Victoria entered the State Election campaign and called for better child protection. How did we go?

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