Launceston workshop teaches community how to lead family violence prevention

Brinley Duggan
Updated November 25 2020 - 6:04pm, first published 12:13pm
James Newstead of TFS, Launceston White Ribbon community partner Phil Crowden, Corey Martin of The Examiner and Court support officer Brad Hapner, with figures which represent female family violence deaths this year, at the Mentors in Violence Prevention workshop at Albert Hall. Picture: Phillip Biggs The Examiner.
James Newstead of TFS, Launceston White Ribbon community partner Phil Crowden, Corey Martin of The Examiner and Court support officer Brad Hapner, with figures which represent female family violence deaths this year, at the Mentors in Violence Prevention workshop at Albert Hall. Picture: Phillip Biggs The Examiner.

The voices leading the fight against family violence gathered today to hold a workshop aimed at getting their message across to the Launceston community.

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Brinley Duggan

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