Peak Aftershock next chapter focuses on Family & Domestic Violence
Fams NSW is part of a consortium of peaks who are working together to lobby the government on behalf of all its members to respond to the impacts of the pandemic; and rolling natural disasters over the last few years on the people across NSW.
The Domestic and Family Violence chapter, the second in the Aftershock series was released this week. According to new research Domestic and Family violence (DFV) fuelled by the first year of the COVID-19 pandemic could strip the NSW economy of more than $24 billion by 2025.
Please circulate within your networks and upload to your websites. Here also is NCOSS link to the Media Release. The report featured in Sydney Morning Herald.