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WA Government commits new funding to help stop family and domestic violence before it starts

The Centre for Women’s Safety and Wellbeing has been awarded $889,000 to build a Primary Prevention Framework as part of the Preventing Violence Together initiative. The framework, which will be developed in collaboration with Stopping Family Violence, will help reduce family, domestic and sexual violence by guiding primary prevention activities in Western Australia, including the delivery of learning and development programs for the sector.

Starick has been awarded $68,000 in grant funding to develop a bespoke version of the Respectful Relationships Program, currently delivered to schools, that is tailored to sport and recreation clubs and organisations across the State.

Click here to read the media statement.

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