CEDA - Rosie Batty - Actions for Business
23 March 2018
1 St Georges Terrace
Family and domestic violence is estimated to cost the national economy $22b every year. Join 2015 Australian of the Year and anti-domestic violence campaigner, Rosie Batty, as she recounts her visits across the Pilbara and delivers practical insights into how WA businesses and business leaders can make a positive difference to families affected by violence while also improving their bottomline.
The Hon. Simone McGurk, Minister for Child Protection; Women’s Interests; Prevention of Family and Domestic Violence; Community Services, will highlight the State government’s priorities for addressing domestic violence and the underpinning policies.
As part of their commitment to zero harm, Rio Tinto is taking a stand against family and domestic violence. Joanne Farrell, Group Executive, Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) and Managing Director Australia, will discuss Rio Tinto’s journey towards White Ribbon accreditation across their Australian operations, as a framework for their response to family and domestic violence.
Jay Watson, State General Manager, Westpac, will profile the significant anti-family violence initiatives being implemented within the organisation to empower their people, customers and members of the communities they serve to move towards a life free from violence.
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