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2021 White Ribbon Day Breakfast

Tickets to the Queensland Government’s 2021 White Ribbon Day Breakfast are now available.

Hear from those who are leading positive change and continuing to work towards uniting Queenslanders in taking a stand against domestic and family violence.

This year’s breakfast will feature influential leaders in discussion on critical issues such as eliminating non-physical abuse and opportunities to improve women’s experiences in the criminal justice system.

The event will feature Matt Wordsworth (ABC) as Master of Ceremonies and The Honourable Margaret McMurdo AC as Keynote Speaker. Panellists include:

  • Inspector Ben Martain (Queensland Police Service)
  • Harris Andrews (Vice Captain Brisbane Lions)
  • Dr Brian Sullivan (Responsible Men Program)
  • Michael Jeh (educator and public speaker)

Event details

Date: Friday 26 November 2021
Time: 7–9am
Venue: Great Hall, rooms 3 & 4, Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre
Investment: $95 per person, or $900 for a table of 10 (all ticket costs are inclusive of GST and exclusive of booking fees)

Registration close 5pm, Wednesday 10 November 2021.

The White Ribbon Day Breakfast is proudly supported by:

  • 4KQ
  • 97.3 FM
  • 4BC882
  • B105
  • Triple M
  • NOVA
  • Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre
  • MediaCom
  • Publicis Worldwide
  • The Weekend Edition

Proceeds raised will be donated to White Ribbon Australia (ABN 57126739544) and DVConnect (ABN 66101186476).

This is a COVID Safe event.

More information

Download a poster and social media kit to help promote this program.

For event enquiries, please contact Events and Engagement, Department of the Premier and Cabinet, on email or (07) 3003 9200.

For information, services and support visit qld.gov.au/domesticviolence or call:

  • DVConnect Womensline 1800 811 811
  • DVConnect Mensline 1800 600 636
  • Kids Helpline on 1800 55 1800

In an emergency, always call the police on triple zero (000). In a non-emergency, you can also lodge an online report if you’re unable to access a phone.

The Queensland Government is proud to support White Ribbon Day which is an opportunity to raise awareness and commit to action to prevent men’s violence against women.