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Ros Bates – LNP Member for Mudgeeraba2020-03-12T22:03:14+00:00

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8 hours ago

Ros Bates MP

Congratulations to Betty Taylor from the Red Rose Foundation Australia who was named as one of Queensland's Greats today on Queensland Day. I am very proud to have worked closely with Betty and her team of Domestic Violence, Sexual Violence and Child Protection warriors and remain in awe of the work they do 🌹

Betty has actively worked to prevent violence against women for almost 30 years, having held a number of positions, including Founding Manager of the Gold Coast Domestic Violence Prevention Centre; forming the Tavan Institute; and being an independent mediator to women at Wolston Park Asylum from the 1950s to 1980s. Betty has contributed to education and training in domestic violence responses through publishing papers and training manuals and a media kit to assist journalists reporting domestic violence.

In 2004, Betty returned from a Churchill Fellowship study tour of the United States where she researched domestic violence death review boards. She played a key role in the formation of the Domestic Violence Death Review Action Group in Queensland and in petitioning the government for the establishment of the Domestic Violence Death Review Board, which she has been a member of since July 2016.

Betty has chaired the Ministerial Domestic and Family Violence Council and during that time initiated Domestic and Family Violence Prevention Week, which later became Domestic Violence Prevention Month.

The Red Rose Foundation was launched in 2016 and Betty was named as the Chief Executive Officer.

Photo taken pre-COVID19
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Congratulations to Betty Taylor from the Red Rose Foundation Australia who was named as one of Queenslands Greats today on Queensland Day.  I am very proud to have worked closely with Betty and her team of Domestic Violence, Sexual Violence and Child Protection warriors and remain in awe of the work they do 🌹

Betty has actively worked to prevent violence against women for almost 30 years, having held a number of positions, including Founding Manager of the Gold Coast Domestic Violence Prevention Centre; forming the Tavan Institute; and being an independent mediator to women at Wolston Park Asylum from the 1950s to 1980s. Betty has contributed to education and training in domestic violence responses through publishing papers and training manuals and a media kit to assist journalists reporting domestic violence.

In 2004, Betty returned from a Churchill Fellowship study tour of the United States where she researched domestic violence death review boards. She played a key role in the formation of the Domestic Violence Death Review Action Group in Queensland and in petitioning the government for the establishment of the Domestic Violence Death Review Board, which she has been a member of since July 2016.

Betty has chaired the Ministerial Domestic and Family Violence Council and during that time initiated Domestic and Family Violence Prevention Week, which later became Domestic Violence Prevention Month. 

The Red Rose Foundation was launched in 2016 and Betty was named as the Chief Executive Officer.

Photo taken pre-COVID19

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Thanks Ros. Appreciate your support. Together we can all make a difference 🌹❤️

Well said Ros and the Red Rose Foundation has always appreciated your support.

Fantastic work well deserved!!!

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1 day ago

Ros Bates MP

Annastacia Palaszczuk doesn’t take child safety seriously. Her record is proof of that. If she was serious she wouldn’t keep reviewing what keeps going wrong. She’d take the action required to protect the most vulnerable kids in Qld. ... See MoreSee Less

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My concerns are there doesn't seem to be any law in this state to protect innocent children. We even have a so called loving father throwing a child in the air in the pool and catching her. How is this an age appropriate activity? I myself think it's not a safe activity for any age considering you teach young people " no running are the pool" it's such a slippery dangerous area. I'm also concerned that a Family Law legal representative would state " age appropriate activity".

Inquiries keep being held re Family Court too....the most dangerous institution for children in Australia. And yet the Liberal government just started yet another one with Pauline Hansen in leadership role. Make sense of that!!??

The same system that was inherited from the LNP

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2 days ago

Ros Bates MP

The latest Ros' Rounds is out now! All the big stories in our community and across the state: bit.ly/rosroundsmay2020 ... See MoreSee Less

The latest Ros Rounds is out now! All the big stories in our community and across the state: https://bit.ly/rosroundsmay2020