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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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The government has announced $23.1 million funding to improve court and justice processes, improving the safety of family violence victims.

The Orange Door is expanding to ensure more Victorians impacted by family violence can get the help they need closer to home.

We recently spoke with LGBTI Homelessness and Family Violence Project Worker, Ashleigh Shanahan, about what inspires her work.

More Victorians living with family violence can now access expert and dedicated court services with the state’s newest Specialist Family Violence Court up and running in Moorabbin.

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A new report has found that perpetrators are finding new ways to use technology to abuse victim survivors.

The Victorian Government announced a $435 million investment into gender equality and family violence initiatives in yesterday’s state budget.

The CSA reported family incidents increased by 6.7% since last year to a record high of 88,214 incidents. Herein we unpack the reasons why.

The funding aims to provide more Aboriginal families and individuals experiencing and using family violence with culturally-safe support.