In order to break the chain of inter-generational violence, we need to tackle the root causes of violence against women and girls. We need to change the behaviour and attitudes of men, and challenge masculine stereotypes, which make aggression and violence against women acceptable. We need to promote the concept of men as caring fathers and supportive partners. We need more male role models and champions to take action and condemn violence.
Coming into the holiday season, here’s a few extra things to add to your To Do list to make sure your travel plans go smoothly.
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By Richard Court AC, Australia’s Ambassador to Japan Ever since the first Aboriginal art exhibition appeared in Tokyo in 1965, Japan has been fascinated with Australia’s ancient yet modern indigenous cultures. It’s a fascination I’ve been proud to see grow this year as Australia’s First Peoples have taken a starring role in the Australia now […]
The Papua New Guinea that the world will see during APEC Leaders Week is a country ready to embrace the future and everything it has to offer. A country defined by its people – friendly and warm; hardworking and ambitious; always ready with a helping hand. Australia is proud to continue to work with Papua New Guinea during this important historical event, and beyond. We know our future together will be as rich and meaningful as our history.
By Nick Volk, Team Leader of the DFAT-funded pastoral care support program, managed by Palladium for the Pacific Microstates – Northern Australia Worker Pilot Program. I have had the privilege to write about my work with Australia’s labour mobility programs and the achievements of the workers before. Today I would like to talk about […]
At the International Women’s Development Agency, supported by the Australian Government through the Australian NGO Cooperation Program, we work alongside local partners in Asia and the Pacific to ensure women have an equal say and power over the decisions that affect their lives.