Family Violence is stereotyped, but we've all come to realise it can happen to anyone in any form of life.
Allison Baden-Clay was a highly educated and generous woman. It is important to her family that Allison's legacy is a positive one and that by sharing her story she may help others.
The Allison Baden-Clay Foundation is partnering with Griffith University's MATE Bystander Program which trains people in how best to approach someone in an abusive relationship.
Griffith's program is targeted towards business and corporate environments to teach people how to identify and handle a domestic violence situation.
Social and financial isolation are often early warning signs someone needs help and that's when there's an opportunity to intervene that's sensitive and careful.
Yes, these are private matters, but they can also be matters of life and death.
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