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Preventing sexual violence in Queensland – what are your ideas?

Queenslanders are called on to have their say on how to prevent sexual violence, with public consultation opening online and a series of local forums being held. Public submissions will be used to inform the development of a Sexual Violence Prevention Framework for Queensland. The Brisbane public forum will be held on Thursday, 18th April. Forums are being held in other locations throughout Queensland. Submissions are invited in two forms – answering an online survey on four themes identified in the background paper, and/or emailing written submissions to violence_prevention_team@csyw.qld.gov.au. Young people up to age 25 years are encouraged to have a say on the Queensland Youth eHub to go into the draw to win one of ten JB Hi Fi vouchers.

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