Advocacy Work

As a survivor and advocate, I am honoured and privileged to have provided input late last year into the National Plan Victim-Survivor Advocates Consultation Report.  This report is now publicly available at the link below.

You can download a PDF or Word version of the Report at: https://plan4womenssafety.dss.gov.au/national-plan-victim-survivor-advocates-consultation-report/

This advocacy and my personal experience/s along with other survivors at the national level is critical in ensuring the next National Plan for Reducing Violence against Women and their Children is fundamentally shaped by this.

To book me visit me www.tinashela.com.au

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