Engender Equality Philanthropic Report 2022/23

Welcome to the Engender Equality 2022/23 Philanthropic Report.

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Engender Equality Annual Report 2022/23

Welcome to the Engender Equality 2022/23 Annual Report.

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Position Description: LGBTIQA+ Family Violence Guidelines Project Officer

In late 2023, Engender Equality entered into a Grant Deed pursuant to the Tasmanian Department of Premier and Cabinet’s Family and Sexual Violence – Supporting Diverse Communities Grants Program 2023-24, to deliver a project titled “LGBTIQA+ Family Violence Guidelines”.

This project will ensure family violence service providers in Tasmania have the skills and understanding necessary to adequately meet the needs of LGBTIQA+ Tasmanians. It will do so by developing a set of LGBTIQA+ family violence practice guidelines in collaboration with Working It Out, Tasmania’s only dedicated LGBTIQA+ service provider, and with LGBTIQA+ community members.

Please forward your complete application by COB 11 March 2024

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Engender Equality Submission

Submission - Mandatory Sentencing for Sex Offenders 2016 (SHE)

Submission to the Sentencing Advisory Council – Mandatory Treatment for Sex Offenders – Research Paper Draft

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Engender Equality Submission

Submission Self Defence Law 2015 (SHE)

Submission to the Tasmanian Law Reform Institute – review of the Law Relating to Self Defence 2015

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Engender Equality Submission

Submission on the Tasmanian Government’s Conversion Practices Bill 2024

Engender Equality, a dedicated family violence service committed to fostering safe and supportive environments, seeks to express concern regarding the proposed Miscellaneous (Conversion Practices) Bill 2024 in Tasmania. As advocates for the well-being and safety of individuals and families impacted by family violence and gender-based violence, we express our reservations about the bill’s current form and its potential implications.

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Engender Equality Booklet

When your patient talks to you about violence or abuse

A toolkit for medical practitioners in Tasmania.

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Engender Equality Booklet

Leaving an Abusive Relationship?

Leaving an abusive or controlling relationship can be a very stressful and dangerous time as family violence is often heightened during a separation. Every woman’s situation is different but you don’t have to face separation alone. A family violence counsellor can provide you with emotional support and safety planning, particularly in the event you have to leave your partner in a hurry.

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Engender Equality Booklet

Reproductive Coercion - A General Practice Resource

Reproductive coercion is both a form of interpersonal abuse and a form of sexual violence. It is usually perpetrated against women by male partners and almost always manifests within a broader pattern of controlling behaviours known as ‘coercive control’.

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