Cafs White Ribbon Breakfast Webinar

Happening this Friday 19th, is White Ribbon Day online breakfast webinar at 7am. Scott Mills, Cafs’ Family Violence Intake and Assessment Lead will one of the featuring panellist, who are experts working to eliminate violence against women. Also featuring as part of the panel include Jade Hateley (MC), Chairperson of White Ribbon Victoria, Patty Kinnersley, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Our Watch,  and Sergeant Daniel Grainger, Ballarat Family Violence Unit, Victoria Police.

Event details

Time & date

Friday, 19 November 2021. From 7am.


Location & RSVP

We hope that you will be able to attend this online. event where you can register via the link here: https://fb.me/e/2Wgw7z6e8 


White Ribbon Breakfast Webinar Cafs

Event purpose

We ask those who are attending to commit to doing these three things:

  1. Learn: Access training and resources about gender inequality and violence.
  2. Give:Donate to White Ribbon Australia or a host a fundraising event.
  3. Take action: Become a White Ribbon Australia Community Partner, start a Community Action Group, or get your workplace White Ribbon Accredited.


Image Credit: White Ribbon Australia

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