Julie Bishop

Julie Bishop, former Australian Minister of Foreign Affairs

“We stand united across the globe on raising our voice to support the empowerment of women and ending violence against women and girls wherever however it occurs”.


Carmen Braidwood, 6PR and Channel 9 Presenter

“I Carmen Braidwood pledge to help see an end to violence against women; here and around the world. I’ll take a ‘zero tolerance’ approach to all acts of violence…doing all I can to progress the cause both in my private life and through my work”

Kerry Gaye Sanderson AC, 32nd Governor of Western Australia

“Violence of any form is horrific and on-going violence or intimidation is…dishonourable. I pledge my support to Kiss Violence Against Women Goodbye”

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Lisa Scaffidi, Lord Major City of Perth

“Don’t be a victim to violence. Life is too short for anyone let alone those subjected to indignity of such disrespect.”

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Lynn Barnett, Wife of the Premier

“I’m giving this new initiative my support, I would ask women to come together, giving strength and support to one another … in “Kissing Violence Against Women Goodbye.”

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Gina Rinehart, Chairman of Hancock Prospecting

“Kiss Violence Against Women Goodbye!” is such a very worthy cause, and I am pleased to continue to support this initiative. I am honoured to lend my support to campaigns against violence to women, and hope we can make a difference.”

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Hon. Liza Harvey MLA, Deputy Premier WA

“Together we can promote gender equality in a modern … society and END violence against women and children.”


Ruth Tarvydas, Celebrity Fashion Designer

“These men desperately need help. No one is born violent. These are causes. As a community it is our responsibility to assist both parties…really this should start at school age in the schools. We ALL have to learn to love listen and give.”


Olivia Wells, Miss Universe Australia 2015

“If you are not part of the solution, you are part of the problem. We all play a part in eliminating violence against women, by embodying respect towards all around us, refusing to be a bystander and ensuring women can find safety without judgement in our communities.”


Prof. Colleen Hayward AM

“Violence of any kind is unacceptable. Together we should stop it – together we CAN stop it. Kiss violence against women goodbye.”


Ms. Rabia Siddique

“There is no space in our world for violence against girls and women. Be the change you wish to see. I pledge to do what I can, when I can, how I can to kiss violence against women goodbye.”