Safety Respect

All people must be respected and be safe from the threat of violence and sexual harassment.


  • People feel respected and safe at home, at work and everywhere in the community.
  • Everyone has freedom to express their gender in the way they wish without fear of discrimination or ridicule.
  • No gender should suffer disproportionately from partner abuse.


  • Free access to resources to flee violent relationships.
  • Education for domestic violence perpetrators & society generally.
  • Infrastructure to support safety [e.g. lighting].
  • Tougher penalties for violence, harassment and abuse.
  • Call out disrespectful behaviours before they become abuse.
  • Primary, secondary and tertiary education programs include units on respectful relationships and behaviours.