Luke Foley has had his White Ribbon ambassadorship stripped hours after accusations emerged he indecently touched a female journalist.
Mr Foley resigned as party leader on Thursday after ABC journalist Ashleigh Raper went public with allegations he inappropriately touched her while drunk at a Christmas party in 2016.
Mr Foley indicated he would remain on the backbench and launch defamation proceedings.
The anti-violence against women organisation removed him from their ambassador program "effective immediately" hours later.
"We will never excuse or defend violence towards women of any kind," White Ribbon said in a statement.
"No matter who you are, what part of the community or organisation you are from - including if that person is an ambassador or connected to our own organisation - wherever disrespect and abuse against women occurs then the perpetrators must always be held to account."
White Ribbon lauded Ms Raper's "courage" in coming forward about the experience.
"White Ribbon calls for this matter to be discussed respectfully and in a way which supports women who display courage in speaking out against any abuse," the organisation said.