Anti-domestic violence advocates are calling for criminalising coercive control and expanding special provisions of migration law to provide a pathway to permanent residency for family violence victims on temporary visas.
- A recent study found that over half of the domestic violence victims on temporary visas were threatened with deportation by their sponsors
- Anti-family violence advocates are calling for expanding the special family violence provisions of the migration law to cover temporary visa holders
- Advocates are also calling for criminalising coercive control in all jurisdictions within Australia
SBS’ series on Domestic Violence 'See What You Made Me Do' premieres 8:30pm Wednesday 5 May. Watch on SBS or stream free on SBS On Demand. The three-part series continues weekly on 12 & 19 May, and repeated at 9.30pm Sundays on SBS VICELAND.
If you or another person is in danger, call 000
To talk to someone about family violence or sexual assault: 1800respect.org.au or 1800 737 732
Findservicesineachstate and territory: https://www.1800respect.org.au/services
Lifeline 13 11 14 www.lifeline.org.au
Kids Helpline 1800 55 1800 kidshelpline.com.au (24/7 counselling service)
Men’s Referral Service 1300 766 491 ntv.org.au (anonymous and confidential telephone counselling for men)
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