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Winning Paid Family and Domestic Violence Leave in the Finance Sector

After a decade of campaigning, 10 Days Paid Domestic and Family Violence Leave has become law.

This campaign by the FSU and other unions for Domestic and Family Violence Leave will save lives, and be a safety net for over 11 million Australian workers.

Below is a snapshot of how far the campaign has come, how we got here, and some of the obstacles faced alone the way. It features the FSU’s Angela Budai, and is taken from University of Technology Sydney’s Gender Equality, Domestic Violence and Work: Setting a Workplace Agenda.



Authorised by Julia Angrisano, National Secretary