The committee was required to report by mid-August 2020. This week that inquiry closed. It did so without conducting any consultations or taking any submissions from the specialist domestic and family violence sector. It did not hear from those with personal experience of family violence. The inquiry’s final report, tabled this week, states: The committee […]
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