(Our Gendered Violence Safety Crew placing a PIN on Worksafe, May 2017)
You know that a massive 64% of Victorian women have been injured by gendered violence at work.
But did you also know that on the 24th of November it will be exactly one year since together we have spoken up about gendered violence at work and released our Stop Gendered Violence at Work Report?
Join us to celebrate our achievements so far and get your hands on some new tools to keep the pressure on employers and make them take our safety seriously.
Together we've achieved a lot! In just one year we've launched a massive campaign to force WorkSafe and employers to recognise gendered violence as a serious OHS issue and take action to stop gendered violence from injuring us at work.
Be inspired by members of our Gendered Violence Safety Crew as they talk about the actions they have taken to stop gendered violence at work.
The Hon Natalie Hutchins, Minister for Industrial Relations, Women and the Prevention of Family Violence, and Aboriginal Affairs, and the Hon Robin Scott, Minister for Finance and Multicultural Affairs and WorkSafe will both be speaking, so seats are filling up fast!
The morning will conclude with a light lunch before we join our comrades to march together in the Walk Against Family Violence.
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