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DVRCV’s focus: Risk and complexity: the role of family violence specialists

As we begin to bring family violence responses into universal services like health and education, we have focused this edition of DVRCV Advocate on the importance of specialisation in prevention and response.

- Emily Maguire, CEO

Risk assessment at the Royal Commission

DVRCV provided expert evidence on risk assessment and risk management practices at the Royal Commission into Family Violence

- Libby Eltringham

Family violence in an LGBTIQ context

Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans, Intersex and Queer (LGBTIQ) people are more likely to experience family violence but less likely to receive appropriate support

- Dr Kate O’Halloran

A question of parity

The Australian Muslim Women’s Centre for Human Rights discusses some of the culturally specific challenges that face Muslim women who experience family violence

- Joumaneh El Matrah

Family violence in Aboriginal communities

Culturally safe and specialist support services are essential for Aboriginal survivors of family violence

- Aboriginal Family Violence Prevention and Legal Service

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