Anti-violence march unites Colac district

About 100 people have joined this week to march through Colac in solidarity against family violence.

About 100 people have joined this week to march through Colac in solidarity against family violence.

The Colac Area Health child and family alliance project led the march with representatives from the health service, Colac Otway Shire Council, Colac Police, Colac Makers’ Space and Colac and district residents uniting for the cause.

Victoria Police Senior Sergeant and Family Violence Training Officer Natasha Powells, Colac Area Health chief Fiona Brew and councillor Joe McCracken spoke at the event, as did a victim of family violence, who shared her story with the crowd.

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