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    QSuper steps up to support Darkness to Daylight

    Driven by her personal experience with domestic and family violence, QSuper employee Te Iwi Walker ran as part of the 18-strong QSuper team participating in the Challenge to raise funds and awareness. As a White Ribbon Ambassador, and an advocate in her community and workplace, Te Iwi acknowledges the difficulty

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  • minter-ellison-reaffirms-commitment-to-end-domestic-violence

    Minter Ellison reaffirms commitment to end domestic violence

    At MinterEllison we are proud of our commitment to community investment as part of our broader corporate social responsibility and access to justice program. Over the years, we have worked hard to ensure our resources are directed to the areas of greatest social need and the firm’s diverse talent base

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  • transurban-queensland-proudly-supports-the-darkness-to-daylight-challenge

    Transurban Queensland proudly supports the Darkness to Daylight Challenge

    At Transurban Queensland we’re proud to provide an inclusive, equitable and safe workplace, and are committed to building an environment where employees affected by domestic and family violence are supported. Sponsoring and participating in the 2018 Darkness to Daylight Challenge allows us to walk the talk on domestic and family

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  • Australians and volunteering

    Australians and Volunteering By Dr Vanessa Douglas-Savage 2016 Census statistics revealed that Australian’s are still committed to volunteering and contributing to their communities despite their busy lifestyles, with a 1.2% increase from the 2011 census. Nearly 5 million people aged 15 years and over are engaged with voluntary work. The

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  • Sacred Running and the Individual

    SACRED RUN AND THE INDIVIDUAL by Robert Reed OAM In 1995 I took part in the American Indian Movement’s Sacred Run in Japan with an amazing group of people from many corners of the world. The Run followed the tradition of carrying a message on foot from village to village.

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  • HOW TO BE A RUNNER by Jodie Oborne

    Ultra Runner – Jodie Oborne One thing everyone does from a very early age is run. There is something quite primitive about running, the freedom of movement we had, as a child when we were either being chased or chased be it the waves on the shore, a friend or

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  • join-the-race-to-end-domestic-violence

    Join The Race To End Domestic Violence

    Today more than three million Australian workers are at work dealing with the impact of domestic and family violence but a unique event is giving their colleagues a chance to change their workplace culture to support them and raise funds to deliver workplace training around domestic violence. Anyone can take

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  • australias-ceo-challenge-on-network-tens-eyewitness-news

    Australia’s CEO Challenge on Network Ten’s Eyewitness News

    Network Ten filmed a segment for its Eye Witness News program and featured what we do at Australia’s CEO Challenge. Jacque Taka, our Programs Manager did an amazing job facilitating the awareness session on domestic violence. Click here to view the video.

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    E-learning Program: Domestic Violence in the Workplace

    The Palaszczuk Government and Australia’s CEO Challenge have developed a new training package to teach workplaces to Recognise the signs, Respond to the signs and Refer colleagues experiencing domestic or family violence to the appropriate support organisations . The e-learning program, Recognise, Respond, Refer: Domestic Violence and the Workplace, will

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  • the-taskforce-urges-workplaces-to-adopt-our-workplace-program

    The Taskforce urges workplaces to adopt our Workplace Program

    In order to achieve the long-term goal of eradicating domestic violence in Queensland “the Taskforce recommends that business and non-government organisations in Queensland sign up to Australia’s CEO Challenge to build relationships with domestic and family violence support services, and foster workplaces that do not tolerate violence and support victims”.

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