LGBTQ Domestic Violence Awareness Day highlights domestic, family and intimate partner violence and abuse in LGBTQ+ communities. The annual campaign increases visibility to help ensure there are no invisible victims in the future. Because everyone, no matter what their sexuality or gender identity, should feel #SeenAndBelieved.
The LGBTQ Domestic Violence Awareness Foundation invites everyone to play a part on May 28, 2022.
Because you can make a difference.
DV only survives in darkness, so this Awareness Day, help the foundation to shine a light.
Check out the resources at the DVA Foundation website.
Take the Pledge to help change the conversation about DV to ensure the voices of all victims and survivors are heard.
• Record a short video conveying a message of hope to LGBTQ victims and survivors of DV.
• Share a post to social media on 28 May using the hashtag #SeenAndBelieved and tag us at @LGBTQ.DVAFoundation.
Let’s help end violence and abuse within LGBTQ+ communities.
The theme of this year’s LGBTQ Domestic Violence Awareness Day, #SeenAndBelieved, aims to shine a light on DV to help end it.
Because the right to live a life free from violence and abuse is a person’s most basic human right. But for many LGBTQ people, this is not a reality.
1 in 2 LGBTQ people will experience domestic, family and intimate partner violence and abuse in their lifetime.
So, Saturday, May 28, help the LGBTQ Domestic Violence Awareness Foundation shine a light and ensure everyone is #SeenAndBelieved.
Also, don’t forget the Light Up the Night Gala Ball at Brisbane City Hall on Friday, May 27, with MC Karen from Finance.
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