Entries in Inquiries (7)


Domestic violence trends and issues in NSW (Inquiry)

This inquiry is a current Legislative Council inquiry conducted by the Social Issues Committee . The inquiry was established on 25 July 2011 to inquire into and report on domestic violence trends and issues in New South Wales. The terms of reference were referred by the Hon Pru Goward MP, Minister for Family and Community Services and Minister for Women. The Committee encourages public participation in the inquiry process. Submissions can be lodged by email, fax or post. The closing date for submissions is Friday 16 September 2011.


Family Law Legislation Amendment (Family Violence and Other Measures) Bill 2011 Inquiry

On 25 March 2011 the Senate referred the Family Law Legislation Amendment (Family Violence and Other Measures) Bill 2011 for inquiry and report. The bill makes amendments to the Family Law Act 1975 to prioritise the safety of children in parenting matters where children and families are at risk of violence and abuse. The bill also makes several technical amendments which seek to correct drafting and minor policy matters, and provide other efficiencies for the courts and litigants. Submissions should be received by 29 April 2011. The reporting date is 23 June 2011.


Men's Health Australia eNews, 21 October 2009

In this edition:

  • Inquiry into the impact of violence on young Australians
  • Survey - Client Satisfaction with Family Relationship (Dispute Resolution) Centres in Australia
  • Working With Boys, Building Fine Men Conference - Let's Cut to the Chase
  • Senate Inquiry into Suicide in Australia
  • New Parenting Resource for Fathers
  • Intimate Partner Abuse of Men
  • Call to stop demonising men and boys
  • NAPCAN Survey on Child Abuse
  • Quick links to recent stories and resources of interest

Men's Health Australia eNews, 11 June 2009

In this edition:

  • Disappointment with the Report from the Senate Select Committee on Men's Health
  • Australia's Paid Parental Leave Scheme
  • No to violence against women - but please stop bashing the men
  • Men's Health Week 09
  • Quick links to recent stories and resources of interest

Men's Health Australia eNews, 8 April 2009

In this edition:

  • Third round of National Men's Health Policy consultation forums announced