FARE welcomed the opportunity to provide a submission to the Legislative Assembly Inquiry into Domestic and Family Violence – Policy approaches and responses.
The Foundation for Alcohol Research and Education (FARE) welcomed the opportunity to make a submission on the Swift, Certain and Fair Approaches to Sentencing Family Violence Offenders: Discussion Paper (Discussion Paper). FARE’s submission contained 17 recommendations, with the recommendation to pilot a project with ‘swift and certain’ responses for alcohol-related offences being one.
The Foundation for Alcohol Research for Education (FARE) provided comments to the National Children’s Commissioner for the development of the 2015 Children’s Rights Report, addressing each of the proposed questions with a focus on the role and impact of alcohol in family violence.
This submission was prepared for the Senate Finance and Public Administration Committee’s Inquiry into domestic violence in Australia, addressing each of its terms of reference with a focus on alcohol-related domestic violence and making six recommendations.