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Australians encouraged to play a role in ending domestic violence

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The Family and Social Services Minister is encouraging Australians to get involved in a national summit on women’s safety.

The virtual summit informing Australians on domestic violence will take place next week and be live-streamed to the public.

Family and Social Services Minister Anne Ruston told Deborah Knight they’re working towards a national plan to end violence against women.

“We’d like to have a conversation, albeit virtually, with the Australian public.

“Hopefully we can get the whole of the Australian community understanding that they can play a role in ending violence against women and their children.”

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For anyone needing help, please call 1800 RESPECT on 1800 737 732, or reach out to your local police.

If it’s an emergency call triple zero (000).

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