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A new report revealing the growing crisis of women and children fleeing domestic and family violence into homelessness will be launched by the Domestic, Sexual and Family Violence Commissioner, Micaela Cronin.


The Commissioner will tour facilities run by McAuley Community Services for Women, with CEO Jocelyn Bignold and Homelessness Australia CEO, Kate Colvin, followed by a short doorstop interview.


What: Tour of McAuley facility and launch of Homelessness and domestic and family violence: State of Response Report

Where: McAuley House, 1-3 Pickett St, Footscray

When: 10am tour of facilities, 10:20am doorstop

Contact: Nick Lucchinelli (Homelessness Australia) 0422 229 032 Meagan Prabhakar (Domestic, Family and Sexual Violence Commission) 0472 675 986 or Felicity Pringle (McAuley) 0418 105 500 


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