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Report on Royal Commission into Family Violence - Victoria

March 31, 2016 at 11:37 AM

Report on Royal Commission into Family Violence - Victoria

 

Australia’s first royal commission into family violence has made a comprehensive 227 recommendations in its landmark report to the Victorian parliament, making it the most extensive document ever handed down on how to how to prevent and respond to the issue. It concludes 13 months of work lead by Justice Marcia Neave. 

You can read the full report here - (althoguh at over 2000 pages I wouldn't recommend hitting the print button). 

 

Related media:

Daniel Andrews on family violence royal commission: 'This is about saving lives' - Guardian

 

Fiona McCormack: The extraordinary power of politically validating the scourge of domestic violence - Guardian

 

 




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