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My son Luke was almost as tall as me. We’d just come back from holiday. He loved his sports. We were a team.

But in February 2014, Luke was murdered by his own father at cricket practice.

Make sure Rosie, Luke and every woman and child at risk are never alone. Will you stand beside them?

We are in a family violence epidemic.

Two women are killed every week on average this year

Two women are killed every week on average this year

One woman is hospitalised every 3 hours

One woman is hospitalised every 3 hours

Children see and hear the violence too

Children see and hear the violence too

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Enough is enough.

Family violence is every Australian’s business.

Australia needs big policy, budget and cultural changes to turn this around.

We want to empower women, give children a voice and hold perpetrators accountable.

More funding for support and crisis services

More long term guaranteed funding for support and crisis services for women and children

A review of the way the family court treats family violence

Improve the way the justice and judicial systems treats family violence issues

A police code of practice

Better support for men to take responsibility

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A message from Rosie:

Rosie Batty

Together we will give victims a voice and demand our leaders act.

We will stand with the victims of family violence so that they are supported in the community and have a powerful voice in the corridors of power. That’s my mission – but I can’t do it alone.

Please stand beside me and every woman and child who experiences family violence.

Rosie Batty

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Together we can make sure they are never alone.

Nothing ever changes until change cannot be stopped. Add your voice to the movement committed to standing beside those who experience family violence.

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“My belief is a tragedy gives you an opportunity to make a difference. I’ve always admired people who do that”

Rosie Batty

Luke Batty at Christmas

Latest News from the Never Alone Team

  • Rosie was invited to speak to Fran Kelly on Radio National Breakfast to discuss the Justice for Kids campaign. Rosie said the family law system is 'overburdened, underfunded' and in need of change.

  • Famed business magazine Fortune has named domestic violence campaigner Rosie Batty one of its top 50 world's greatest leaders. Ms Batty is fresh off handing the baton of Australian of the Year to Lieutenant General David Morrison.

  • We are delighted to announce our partnership with the upcoming Australian Feature Documentary 'The Colour of Love'. The Colour of Love is a brave documentary about family violence, told by victims in the Indian community in Australia and abroad who want to inspire change across the world. It is a...

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