With restrictions starting to lift our lives are easing back into some sort of normalcy. It's important to use our newfound freedom to be supporting the businesses that need it the most. Here are a few ideas of how to spend your June!
Many of us have now been self-isolating for two months, and you may be feeling a little over baking and puzzles. So, this month we have three suggestions of how to spend your days at home, getting educated, getting crafty and getting a personalised library!
May is Domestic and Family Violence Prevention Month in Australia, and as we consider the positions of corporations in light of domestic and family violence prevention we find ourselves considering the impact of the restrictions imposed due to COVID-19.
Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, there has been a marked increase in urgent Family Law cases as a direct result of the current climate, with the Courts reporting a 39% increase of cases in the Family Court of Australia and a 23% increase of cases in the Federal Circuit Court of Australia over a four week period in March and April 2020.