The Alison Baden-Clay Foundation, with the support of Ipswich City Council, will be hosting a Small Business and Workplace Education Forum about the signs of domestic violence at the Ipswich Turf Club on 25 May.
The Alison Baden-Clay Foundation aims to build a national community that acknowledges the prevalence of domestic and family violence and seeks to create an Australia that is committed to eliminating and taking concrete action to stop domestic and family violence.
The forum aims to share information about how to recognise the signs of coercive control and identify red flags of abuse when abuse infiltrates your workplace.
The forum will also equip business owners on how to source information from local agencies on how to recognise, respond and refer employees for help.
The forum will also discuss the importance of gender equality and respect as keys to tackling violence within the home or workplace.
For more information and to register via eventbrite click here.
For more information about Domestic and Family Violence go to www.1800respect.org.au
Or call 1800 737 732 (1800 RESPECT) available 24 hours.