NCFM Liaison Greg Andresen announces HUGE news, $13 million in funding for services for male victims!

August 13, 2016
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male victimsNCFM NOTE: This is  HUGE NEWS and hopefully the beginning of a movement that will spread rapidly, though given what’s happening in the USA less optimism is surely warranted. Regardless, without the dedication, drive, and commitment of Mr. Andresen and advocates like him Down Under would never have happened in our life times. So, thank you, thank you, thank you too Minister Goward too!

Please thank Minister Goward for providing services to male victims of family violence

The NSW Government has committed to providing $13 million over four years for Victims Services to pilot new responses for male victims of domestic and family violence, through expert NGO support (you can find details of the Tender process here).

This rollout is a historic Australia-first initiative and hopefully the first of many. It is the first step towards gender equity for family violence victims. It comes after 7 years of lobbying by the One in Three Campaign alongside other individuals and organisations.

The funding for these services is a new stream, and has NOT been taken out of the budget for women’s services. Nevertheless we expect Minister Pru Goward to receive a great number of angry letters dismayed at her decision to support male victims.

PLEASE take 5 minutes to email Minister Goward at office@goward.minister.nsw.gov.au to thank her for providing services to male victims of family violence. Even a short one-sentence thank you email is enough.

Thanks for your support!

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$13 million in funding for services for male victims! WOW!!

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3 Responses to NCFM Liaison Greg Andresen announces HUGE news, $13 million in funding for services for male victims!

  1. Alice True on August 16, 2016 at 12:32 PM

    Wonderful news! I just emailed Minister Goward to say thanks. But I also want to say thank you to Greg! And now, let’s work on holding these mis-guided false accusers accountable.

  2. mnhypnosis on August 16, 2016 at 5:52 AM

    This is fantastic. Now to address the favored tool of the domestic violence industry, that of false allegations of DV. The favored method of abuse by females.

  3. Fred Sottile on August 15, 2016 at 8:51 AM

    And remember, domestic violence against men is very frequently perpetrated by judges in court.

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