Gender inequality to be fixed by the next generation

ProBono Australia: Wednesday 22 May 2019 at 5:47pm By Maggie Coggan Young people are being encouraged to play an active role in promoting respectful relationships after research found one in seven young Australians believe a man would be justified to force sex if the woman initiated the act, but then changed her mind. The results […]

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Changing attitudes

Albert and Logan News: Thursday 30 May 2019 HOW to treat women was the topic of a forum held in Brisbane last week. Minister for Youth and the Prevention of Domestic and Family Violence Di Farmer organised the forum in a big to make people assess their attitudes towards women and each other. The forum […]

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Yarrabilba picked for eco lab

Albert and Logan News: Thursday, 23 May 2019 at 1.30pm By Judith Kerr One of the fastest growing suburbs in southeast Queensland has been chosen to come up with guidelines to build a community which is totally environmentally sustainable. AN emerging housing estate in southeast Queensland will play a part in driving an Australian-first to […]

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Young agents of change set to shape Queensland’s future

Evidence of the power of young leaders to sway negative attitudes to violence against women among their peers has been released today. The report, Young people as agents of change in preventing violence against women, evaluated a peer-to-peer respectful relationships education model, R4Respect. Speaking at the launch of the report at Balmoral State High School, Minister […]

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