2021 Walk Against Family Violence

The 2021 Walk Against Family Violence (WAFV) will take place across Victoria on Thursday 25 November.
Join people across Victoria to raise awareness and walk in solidarity with victim-survivors of family violence and violence against women, at the 13th Annual Walk Against Family Violence.

Although we can’t walk together around Melbourne’s CBD like in previous years, we can still help raise awareness of and take a stand against family violence and violence against women in our communities by participating in a local walk or “walk from home” event (adhering to COVID-19 restrictions).

Together, we can prevent family violence and violence against women. You can show your support for victim-survivors and help send a message across Victoria that family violence and violence against women is never okay by organising a walk, wearing orange, and sharing a video or photo from your walk using #WAFV2021#WhyWeWalk and #WAFV hashtags on social media.

Public health restrictions and limits on public gatherings mean this year’s event will look different but the purpose remains the same – to take a collective stand against family and domestic violence.

You can also follow the WAFV Facebook page for updates.
We acknowledge the Wurundjeri people and other peoples of the Kulin nation as the traditional owners of the land on which our work in the community takes place. We pay our respects to their Elders past and present.

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