Family Violence

Adolescent Violence In The Home
Adolescent Violence In The Home – The Missing Link In Family Violence Prevention And Response Jo Howard Manager, Peninsula Health Drug And Alcohol Program & Youth Service
FV Final Report press release November 2010
Improving safety the key aim of the ALRC/NSWLRC Family Violence Report The Australian and NSW Law Reform Commissions today released their Final Report, Family Violence—A National Legal Response containing 187 Recommendations for reform. The Report was launched in Sydney by the Commonwealth Attorney-General, the Hon Robert McClelland MP and the NSW Attorney General, the John Hatzistergos MLC. It is the product of a year-long joint inquiry during which the Commissions conducted 236 consultations nationally and received 240 submissions from a wide range of people and agencies.
Going It Alone
Going it Alone:Single, Low Needs Women and Hidden Homelessness Dr Andrea Sharam - Women’s Information, Support and Housing in the North
IFVS Primary Prevention Framework 2012
This Framework meets the commitment made to develop an Indigenous specific prevention framework for family violence identified in Strong Culture, Strong Peoples, Strong Families: Towards a safer future for Indigenous families and communities Ten Year Plan The Framework is designed to support: • Primary prevention capacity building • Effective, sustainable activities • Ownership and leadership within Aboriginal communities.
New Laws Re Domestic Violence
What tenants and occupants need to know If there is violence in your rented home you should contact the Police or one of the advice services listed below. There are also steps you can take under the tenancy agreement to improve your safety.
No way to live final report
Women’s experiences of negotiating the family law system in the context of domestic violence Dr Lesley Laing, Faculty of Education and Social Work, University of Sydney. June 2010
Results of NTV survey on pay and conditions Nov 2010
In the late winter and early spring of this year, NTV conducted an anonymous, electronic survey of male family violence workers on issues related to pay and conditions for this work. The survey was open to men’s behaviour change program co-ordinators and managers, group facilitators, and workers engaged in partner contact, intake and assessment or case management. We are delighted to have received 57 completed or mostly completed responses to the survey.
International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women Geelong Family Violence Action Committee
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