On Friday 26 November 2021, the Queensland Government will proudly host the 2021 White Ribbon Day Breakfast, to help end domestic and family violence.
The breakfast will be held from 7am to 9am at the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre, South Brisbane.
This year’s breakfast will feature influential leaders, The Honourable Margret McMurdo AC, Chair of Legal Aid Queensland, Inspector Ben Martain, Manager, State and Family Violence and Vulnerable Persons Unit, QPS, Harris Andrews, Vice Captain, Brisbane Lions, Dr Brian Sullivan from the Responsible Men Program and Michael Jeh, educator and public speaker, in discussion on critical issues such as eliminating non-physical abuse and opportunities to improve women’s experiences in the criminal justice system.
Putting an end to the scourge of domestic and family violence is not impossible. The Queensland Government is committed to working with business and community to achieve our vision of a Queensland that is free from violence and abuse. This breakfast will provide the opportunity to hear from those who are leading positive change and continue our work in uniting Queenslanders in taking a stand against domestic and family violence.
Share your support of this important initiative by booking a table for your organisation and/or relevant stakeholders to attend the breakfast. Tickets are available online for $95 each or $900 for a table of 10. Event proceeds will be donated to both White Ribbon Australia and DV Connect, as event beneficiaries.