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Federal domestic violence report recommendations welcomed by Michael McCormack | The Daily Advertiser

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A NEW report into the Federal Government’s response to domestic and family violence has called for a ‘whole of system’ approach to the crisis. The bipartisan report made 88 recommendations to inform the development of the next National Plan to reduce violence against women and their children, due to commence in mid-2022. While the list of recommendations were lengthy, Federal Member for Riverina and Deputy Prime Minister Michael McCormack said the government must be “ambitious” in order to see real change. “The next National Plan must be an ambitious blueprint for how we, as a country, can work together to not just reduce violence but to end it,” he said. IN OTHER NEWS: Of the list, one of the key recommendations was…



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