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We value working collaboratively

Who we work with

We are committed to working collaboratively with fellow legal and non-legal service providers and stakeholders.

Where possible we partner with like-minded organisations to deliver specialist programs such as Djinda Service and Safe as Houses, as well as advocate on behalf of more women in more locations.

We also work collaboratively with a variety of legal and non-legal networks across the community sector to share information and work towards a systemic increase in women’s access to justice.

The latest news & insights

16 Days, 16 Stories – Tameka Brown

29 November 2019 News

We are proud to announce our Senior Solicitor for Djinda Service, Tameka Brown was chosen as one of the featured stories as part of the 16 days, 16 stories series.  This story series was put together by the Centre for Stories and the WA State Library for the 16 days in WA campaign to stop violence against women. We encourage …

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Farewell Carrie

28 November 2019 News

After almost four years of dedicated service to achieving just outcomes for women across WA, our Senior Executive Officer Carrie Hannington has left WLSWA as of Friday 22nd November.  Carrie has been a fierce advocate for women’s justice and her leadership has been greatly valued by all.  The Board and staff of WLSWA wish Carrie the very best in her …

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