Australian of the Year and anti-domestic violence campaigner Rosie Batty will launch a major RMIT University report on family violence on Thursday, 19 March.
The report by RMIT’s Centre for Innovative Justice, Opportunities for early intervention: bringing perpetrators of family violence into view, has been lodged with the Commonwealth Attorney-General’s department.
The report makes recommendations on key ways the justice system can make perpetrators more visible and help break the cycle of family violence.
One in six women experience domestic violence in Australia.
Copies of the report will be available to media at the launch. The executive summary will be available before the launch, under strict embargo.
What: Launch of the Centre for Innovative Justice report Opportunities for early intervention: bringing perpetrators of family violence into view
Who: Australian of the Year Rosie Batty
Director of the Centre for Innovative Justice, Rob Hulls.
When: Thursday 19 March, 11am – 12pm
Where: RMIT Graduate Lounge, Emily MacPherson Building, 379 – 405 Russell Street, Melbourne
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