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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 women and children experiencing violence.

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

In light of a recent announcement, DV Vic is calling on government to work with peak bodies to strengthen the impact of the new safety hubs.

An exclusive interview DV Vic’s Senior Practice Development Advisor, Erin Davis, about the redeveloped Code of Practice and the implications of this resource.

166 Victorian practitioners supporting women experiencing violence during Victoria’s initial COVID-19 shutdown period responded to the survey. Here's a summary of the key findings.

The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has impacted MARAM reforms on multiple fronts. We have summarised the key developments that may impact you here.

General Practitioners and other medical professionals have a vital role to play in identifying and responding to family violence, particularly during the COVID-19 crisis.

The Jobs Hub connects professionals with diverse career opportunities in the family violence and PVAW sectors.

The funding will help Victoria Legal Aid, CLCs and Aboriginal legal services reach and provide vital legal support to more victim survivors of family violence.