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News & announcements

News & announcements

Stay up to date with what’s happening in Victoria’s family violence sector – whether that be a government funding announcement, new research publication or a cutting-edge initiative to support victim survivors of abuse. 

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We spoke to Libby Jamieson about her role as Teleweb Program Manager at Switchboard, a peer based, volunteer run support services for LGBTIQA+ people, their families, allies and communities.

We spoke to Madeleine from Annie North, a women’s refuge and family violence service, on her role as Client Services Practice Coordinator.

We recently spoke with Nitika, an Intake and Assessment Worker at Safe Steps Family Violence Response Centre, about her role.

Developed by Social Ventures Australia and organisations in the family violence sector, a new set of resources has been developed that highlight the benefits of integrated service delivery.

We recently spoke to DV Vic and DVRCV’s Sector Development Advisor, Renae Leverenz about the upcoming rollout of Recommendation 209 from the Victorian Royal Commission into Family Violence.

Learn about a recent university graduate’s rewarding pathway entry into the family violence sector.

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Why we need a primary prevention approach to trans women’s experiences of intimate partner violence.

Learn how WLSV responds to the legal needs of victim survivors, and how their work supports family violence practitioners to identify their clients critical legal issues.

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