WESNET is the leading Australian NGO providing training and resources for domestic and family violence practitioners on how technology intersects with violence against women. Our expertise and advice is recognised internationally and here at home. We are looking for two new team members to help continue this important work. If you are into technology and […]
WESNET’s Safety Net Australia team, based in Bendigo, Victoria is looking for a new team member to join our team. If you are passionate about technology and ending violence against women and live in Greater Bendigo, have great communication and administrative skills then we need you. Read more about the position and download the documentation […]
This post is by Karen Bentley, the National Director of the Safety Net Australia Project. At the beginning of November, I was honoured to be invited to an Expert Group Meeting of the Joint Programme on Essential Services for Women and Girls subject to Violence. The meeting brought together a wide range of experts from […]
Read all about the social impact of our Safety Net Australia Program in our new impact report. You can download the WESNET Safety Net Impact Report Nov 2018 – final – here or read it on ISSUU.
The origin of the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women The origins of 25 November as the International Day go back to 1960, when the three Mirabal sisters from the Dominican Republic were killed for their political activism. The sisters, known as the “Unforgettable Butterflies,” became a symbol of the crisis of […]
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