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16 Days of Activism

From 25 November (the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women) to 10 December, (Human Rights Day) Metro South Health will embark on 16 Days of Activism to help end violence.

Domestic and family violence (DFV) is an important issue for Metro South Health—it affects too many people in our community. Metro South Health is committed to shifting attitudes and supporting real change: to become a community where domestic and family violence can never be justified.

In 2018, we’re supporting the 16 Days of Activism to raise awareness about this very important social issue, start the conversation amongst our community and pledge that Metro South Health unites to end violence.

'Orange the PA Hospital' Market Day

On Friday 7 December 2018 staff, patients and visitors are invited to 'Orange the PA Hospital' as the 16 Days of Activism comes to an end and we take a united stand against domestic and family violence.

Event details

Friday 7 December 2018
9am–1.30pm

Main Foyer, Princess Alexandra Hospital

Attendees can visit information and market stalls, enjoy live music and show their support by wearing orange and donating a gold coin.

All funds raised will go to Brisbane Domestic Violence Service. You can also donate to the service online here.

Support

If you or someone you know is experiencing domestic and family violence, you can contact:

Brisbane Domestic Violence Service  07 3217 2544 

DVConnect                                            1800 811 811

1800RESPECT                                       1800 737 732

If you are in immediate risk please contact Police on 000.

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Last updated 26 November 2018
Last reviewed 26 November 2018