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Action Plan to Address Violence Against Women and Children 2012-2015

Department of Human Service, Government of Victoria Country Resources General Health Strategies and Plans Australia, Victoria 2012 Policy document child and adolescent, child/youth protection, women

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By taking a strong, practical approach based on a fundamental premise that violence against women and children is unacceptable, our Action Plan provides a coordinated plan that will have a strong collective impact. Our plan recognises that violence against women and children is a complex social and economic problem that affects all Victorians. A complex issue needs a multi-faceted approach based on practical action across many areas of government and across the community as a whole. This plan contains a set of mutually reinforcing initiatives across the spectrum of prevention, early
intervention and response.

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