South West Sydney Legal Centre has now changed its name to:

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We still offer the same services, free to our community, we just look a bit different.

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News and advocacy

We advocate to government to improve outcomes for our clients. Find out about our latest advocacy, media releases and policy submissions.

Latest updates

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Nov 22

Leader of local domestic violence and legal service recognised for longstanding community service

President of our Board, Naushee Rahman, received the Order of Liverpool on Monday for her contributions to community, after years of volunteering at local community organisations.

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Nov 22

Annual Report 2021-22

Our latest Annual Report highlights the impact our Centre had in our community in 2021-22, supporting thousands of people with our services.

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Jul 22

Submission in response to the Statutory Review of the Victims Rights and Support Act 2013

In this submission, we make 14 recommendations to improve the capacity of Victims Support Scheme to support victims of violence.

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Media releases

8

Nov 22

Leader of local domestic violence and legal service recognised for longstanding community service

President of our Board, Naushee Rahman, received the Order of Liverpool on Monday for her contributions to community, after years of volunteering at local community organisations.

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4

Aug 22

South West Sydney Legal Centre warns against the unintended consequences of rushing through coercive control legislation without proper consultation

South West Sydney Legal Centre is joining the call from across the domestic and family violence sector for increased consultation on the possible criminalisation of coercive control in New South Wales.

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Aug 22

Achievable reforms to the Victim Support Scheme are urgently needed to improve supports for victim-survivors, says South West Sydney Legal Centre

South West Sydney Legal Centre has today recommended a series of reforms to the NSW Victims Support Scheme, saying the Scheme remains invaluable to the recovery of victim-survivors of domestic and family violence.

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Reform and advocacy work

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Jul 22

Open Letter To the Hon. Natalie Ward Minister for Women’s Safety and the Prevention of Domestic and Sexual Violence

Urgent request to extend consultation period for the public exposure bill to criminalise coercive control

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Jul 22

Submission in response to the Statutory Review of the Victims Rights and Support Act 2013

In this submission, we make 14 recommendations to improve the capacity of Victims Support Scheme to support victims of violence.

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Newsletters

2

Nov 22

We supported 1000s of people around Sydney in 2021-22

Highlights from our Annual Report for 2021-22, including testimonials from our clients and key trends for our legal service.

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Jun 22

Quarterly Newsletter – Clear sighted reform can strengthen the Victims Support Scheme

A policy reform agenda for the Victims Support Scheme | Our Financial Counsellor supports women recovering from domestic and family violence | Strengthening our service provision for women and children with disability | Factsheet on Apprehended Violence Orders (AVOs).

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About us

Learn more about what we do, how our services support our community and our plan for change.

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Our impact

Learn more about how our services support clients to access justice and keep themselves safe.

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We acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the lands, skies and waterways in which we live and work, the Gadigal, Cabrogal, Darug and Eora people. We pay our respects to the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander clients, partners and community leaders.

Head office

Level 4, 2-14 Meredith St, Bankstown
Darug & Eora Country, NSW 2200

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