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Child Domestic Violence Australia
2019 is the year of CDVA and raising the voice of children & young people who experience domestic and family violence. We are here to raise awareness of the impact of domestic violence on children. This impact goes through into their adult life, furthering the impact. We are here to help survivors of that abuse to find their confidence, power and peace in their life. We need support and help to bring this awareness and ask you to JOIN THE MOVEMENT and help CDVA be the hope, peace and resource for those who are suffering from the impact.
Our Story: In late 2018, my colleague Lula Dembele, CEO and founder of A Man’s Problem, and I decided to create Childhood Domestic Violence Australia ‘CDVA’. We wanted to create a peak advocacy membership org to lead change and provide a voice and support for children who live in domestic violence or adults with lived experience. This peak body will be a member led, grass roots organisation for the whole community – people with lived experience, organisations, business, individuals and government to share expertise, provide advocacy and claim this space as a collectively impactful and influential voice. Our first low key ‘litmus test’ LinkedIn callout immediately had 28,000 views and hundreds of likes converting to 100+ foundation member orgs and individuals.
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