The National Women’s Safety Alliance brings together a diversity of voices, expertise and experience to inform and guide national policy on women’s safety. The NWSA, established in August 2021, connects the sector, experts, government, and victim-survivors with a shared vision to end violence against women. This will be achieved through consultation, research, and the collaborative development of expert policy advice to government.
We are a national alliance whose combined voices, expertise and experiences will inform policy to prevent and reduce violence against women.
To bring together a diversity of voices, expertise and experiences to inform and guide national policy on women’s safety.
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To listen and act.
To create an Australia free of violence against women.
Renee has worked in women’s safety for several years, with her most recent role leading the university sector’s work to prevent and reduce gender-based violence. Prior to this she worked in gender equality policy in the Commonwealth government, including on the National Plan to Reduce Violence against Women and Their Children 2010–2022. Her background is in psychology and in her early career supported victims of family violence and sexual assault.
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