The National Women’s Safety Alliance has outlined 20 key priorities to end gender-based violence. Here’s how major party policies stack up.
After a memorable year for the Me Too movement, women’s safety came first in the elections. But it seems that in the wake of flooding, rising inflation and uncooked chicken, women’s safety has slipped off the agenda.
Today, the National Women’s Safety Alliance – an organization supported by the Prime Minister’s Ministry and Cabinet for Women – released its federal election policy statement outlining what needs to be done during the next parliament to end gender-based violence. .
Many of the priorities have been discussed and dissected before — here’s what the parties intend to do about it.
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