About the DFV Prevention Council
The Domestic and Family Violence Prevention Council (the Prevention Council) was re-appointed by the Honourable Annastacia Palaszczuk MP, Premier and Minister for the Olympic and Paralympic Games on 28 February 2023.
The Prevention Council has been appointed for the term of the Fourth action plan 2022–23 to 2025–26 of the Domestic and family violence prevention strategy 2016–2026 (the strategy) to 30 June 2026.
Learn about the members of the Prevention Council.
The Queensland Government established the Prevention Council to support greater community understanding about domestic and family violence (DFV) and to challenge the values, beliefs, attitudes and behaviours that trivialise, excuse or perpetuate this abuse.
Working at the primary prevention level, the Prevention Council partners with government, business and community stakeholders to champion local community-led action and leadership in creating social change. Through enhanced education, understanding and place-based responses, we will ensure all Queenslanders can play their part in ending DFV.
You can contact the Prevention Council through their Secretariat at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Former Domestic and Family Violence Implementation Council
The Implementation Council oversaw the Queensland Government’s implementation of the landmark Not now, not ever: Putting an end to domestic and family violence in Queensland report (the report) from 2016 to 2019.
Read the Implementation Council’s reports and meeting communiques summarising activities, achievements and progress on implementing the report’s recommendations.
The Implementation Council’s meeting communiques provide information about matters considered during its meetings as part of its role in monitoring the implementation of recommendations from the report and the strategy.