A small rally was held outside Federal Member for Hume Angus Taylor's office in Goulburn on Monday.
The rally, organised by Goulburn District Unions (GDU), was part of the 'We Won't Wait' campaign.
The campaign for paid domestic violence leave has placed pressure on the NSW Government to successfully win an entitlement to 10 days paid leave for NSW Public Sector employees.
GDU president Anna Wurth-Crawford said while this was a significant win, the push to make it a universal entitlement, included in the National Employment Standards continues.
She said the 10 days leave are in addition to sick leave to allow people affected by domestic violence to do such things as: organise legal services, find safe accommodations, attend court and medical appointments, find accommodations and organise the changing of schools for their children.
At present only the public sector has such leave in NSW.
"This campaign has been going for some time and GDU have had petitions at markets and other places and the community has been right behind it," Mrs Wurth-Crawford said.
She said they were also travelling to Mr Taylor's Camden Office on that day to discuss it and then attending a vigil in Martin Place in Sydney.
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