Founded in 2013, the DTWG is a national institution carrying out harm prevention projects to ensure women and girls have a brighter future. The DTWG was named after suffragette Henrietta Dugdale (1827-1918), a nonconformist, provocative and pioneering advocate for the rights of Australian women.
The DTWG grows directly from the work of the Victorian Women’s Trust over the years through all of its advocacy, research and special initiatives to improve the status of women and girls. Improving the safety and security of the lives of women and girls benefit everyone – children, men, neighbourhoods, communities.
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