Who We Are

From a tragic event, Enough is Enough developed a strategy for social reform.

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our story

Enough is Enough Anti-violence Movement Inc. was established in 1994 after the murder of Michael Marslew

Enough is Enough Anti Violence Movement Inc. was established in 1994 after the murder of Michael Marslew. He was a university student who was gunned down during a robbery at Pizza Hut, Jannali NSW. His father, Ken Marslew – through the devastation of losing his son – saw the need for a holistic approach for the needs of victims of crime, violence, anti-social behaviour and later road trauma.

Over time, Enough is Enough has developed into a very active and
effective organisation with… with a mix of full-time staff who are extremely well-equipped and work in administration, program development, presentation, psychology and counselling.

Enough is Enough strives to maintain three factors of change: long term
commitment to change; encouraging personal responsibility and ensuring everyone has access to key education to develop strategies in regard to changing views in our society.

our values

The strength of Enough is Enough comes from choosing to do what is just

Our actions are based on openness, honesty, group decision making, commitment and a drive for continuous improvement.

Respect for Each Other

The embracing of diversity, enriched by openness, sharing, trust, teamwork and involvement.

Integrity

Doing what we say we will do.

High Performance

The commitment to achieving outstanding results and stretching our capabilities.

The Courage to Lead Change

Accepting the responsibility to inspire and promote positive change in the face of adversity.

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our story

Ken Marslew

Before establishing Enough is Enough, Ken was a successful Sales Manager, General Manager, and Proprietor of an electronic security and home services business.

Ken Marslew is a man who puts thought into action. As well as working to reduce rates of crime and violence, Ken is a strong supporter of victim’s rights and responsibilities.

Ken has represented the community on the following committees:

  • Premier’s Council on Crime Prevention
  • Attorney General’s Victims Advisory Board (15 years)
  • Victims Support Australasia
  • Corrective Service Restorative Justice Advisory Committee
  • NSW Sentencing Council
  • Young Offenders Advisory Council
  • NSW State Parole Authority.

Ken has been awarded with:

  • Member of the Order of Australia
  • The Advance Australia award for service to the community
  • The National Violence Prevention Campaign Certificate of Merit
  • The Children’s Week Committee Award for Services to Children (2 years)
  • The National Enterprise Day award for work with youth
  • The Australia Post Small Business Award
  • Made an Honorary Lion for service to the Community
  • Rotary International’s Paul Harris Fellowship
  • Festival of Light Community Service Award
  • National Heads of Government Crime and Violence Prevention Award
  • Toastmasters International Leadership & Communications Award.
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