Male Champions of Change call on leaders to step up together
In an Australian first, members of the Male Champions of Change who employ a collective 600,000 employees, released Playing Our Part: Workplace Responses to Domestic and Family Violence. Developed with support from experts, the guide suggests how workplaces can play their part in reducing the prevalence and impact of domestic and family violence.
- Playing Our Part – Male Champions of Change Letter – report in which the Male Champions of Change call on all Australians to take action on domestic and family violence
- Playing Our Part – 16 Days of Activism– this short document supports any leaders wanting to take practical action by joining the United Nations’ 16 Days of Activism which runs from 25 November – 10 December
- External Resources and Support – our external resources list provides a starting point for leaders looking for expert advice, with we have learned is critical in developing workplace responses. If you have a suggestion about who we might add, please let use know
- Media Release – MCCs call on all leaders to step up together, new guide released today 13 November 2015
- Monash speech (Ken Lay November 25, 2015) Dr. Ken Lay, member of the Victorian Based Male Champions of Change
- Huffington Post article. Australian Financial Review article. Women’s Agenda article. ABC News link.
- Department of Social Services research
- Watch our Step Up Together video about taking actions on domestic and family violence
Lieutenant General David Morrison (R’td) speaks at the Male Champions of Change Business Forum, a gender balanced gathering of more than 750 leaders, including more than 125 Chief Executive Officers