This month at QCDFVR, we join others around the country in celebrating NAIDOC Week 2019.

We accept the NAIDOC invitation to be part of a movement of the Australian people for a better future.We join those who hear the 65,000 year old Indigenous voice of our county.

Since its inception, acknowledgement of the know-how, practices, skills and innovations of our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander colleagues and communities has been part of the QCDFVR tradition. It’s a tradition which we’ve had the privilege of growing with those who work to end family violence through, in particular, our hosting of the Queensland Indigenous Family Violence Prevention Forum. We are proud and humbled to share the efforts of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples who have looked for significant and lasting change.

In the spirit of NAIDOC, we agree: Let’s work together for a shared future.