Consultation Draft – National Principles to Address Coercive Control

The Australian Government and state and territory governments are working together to develop National Principles to Address Coercive Control, which will outline a common understanding of coercive control and its impacts. Once finalised, the National Principles will help raise awareness of coercive control, inform more effective responses to family and domestic violence, and promote more consistent support and safety outcomes for victim-survivors.

You can contribute to a shared national understanding of coercive control by providing your feedback on the draft National Principles by completing a survey.

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Author:
Standing Council of Attorneys-General

Date published:
Fri 16th Sep, 2022

Closing date:
Fri 11th Nov, 2022