16 Days of Activism Against Domestic and Family Violence
The Queensland Council of Unions (QCU) strives for the elimination of Domestic and Family Violence (DFV) from our homes, our families and our communities.
The workplace must be a safe place for women and all workers, and decent, unionised workplaces should also be where we can respond to DFV.
Union sites are safer sites and our workplace leaders, such as Job Reps and Work Health and Safety Reps, have a role in recognising and responding to instances of DFV.
These resources are a valuable contribution to our increasing commitment and ability to eliminate and respond to DFV.
- When Domestic and Family Violence Comes to Work (PDF) – Recognising and Responding in the Workplace to domestic and family violence
- DFV can happen to anyone
- Signs of DFV in the Workplace
- Domestic and Family Violence Workplace Safety Planning Tools (PDF)
- A Quick Guide to Talking to People about Domestic and Family Violence
- COVID-19 and Domestic Violence
- Orange the World: Fund, Respond, Prevent, Collect! – United Nations Concept Note on 16 Days of Activism Against Gendered Violence
Social Media Resources
- Graphics, memes and fact sheets (with UN endorsement)