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DFV Night of Remembrance coming to Brighton Homes Arena

Guy Hazlewood    April 22, 2024    2 min read   

Each May, Queensland stands united in recognition of Domestic and Family Violence (DFV) Prevention Month, shedding light on the crucial issues surrounding domestic violence.

Charis Mullen, Member for Jordan, has announced plans for a special DFV Night of Remembrance, emphasising the importance of community awareness and action in ending domestic violence.

“Most of us will know someone who has experienced DFV, and sadly, our community is not immune to the scourge of domestic violence,” said Charis Mullen.

“This is why it is vital that we come together, united to take a stand on this issue.”

The DFV Night of Remembrance, scheduled for Thursday, May 9, at 6:30pm, will be hosted by Charis Mullen in collaboration with Multicultural Australia.

The event aims to include and engage multicultural communities in essential conversations about domestic violence.

The evening promises to be a meaningful gathering, offering attendees a chance to participate in various activities such as lantern making.

There will also be a free sausage sizzle for all attendees.

“We will also be hearing from some important stakeholders in the DFV space,” Mullen continues.

“It’s an opportunity for our community to come together, share experiences, and show support for those affected by domestic violence.”

Event Details:

Date: Thursday, May 9, 2024

Time: 6:30 pm

Location: Brighton Homes Arena – Eden Station Drive, Springfield Central

Parking: Best parking options will be the Springfield Central Park ‘n’ Ride or P3 on Eden Station Drive

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Guy Hazlewood