Call for participants in a youth website consultation
Children were present at more than 25,000 family violence incidents in Victoria last year. Are you someone who works with kids aged between 13 and 17 who can share your thoughts on the way young people seek help online?
Domestic Violence Resource Centre Victoria needs your help to redesign a website to help young people identify family violence and develop ways to protect and care for themselves.
Please join us for one hour (catering provided) to give us your feedback, opinions and ideas on the website so we can reach more kids whose only support may be online.
2-3pm Thursday 12 October 2017
DVRCV, 292 Wellington Street, Collingwood 3066
What will I be asked?
- If the language and information is appropriate for particular age groups
- How you rate the overall design, language and tone
What are the benefits?
- Use your expertise to ensure the site responds appropriately to young people
- Increase young people's capacity to identify family violence and protect themselves
Who can I contact if I have any concerns?
Emily Maguire, CEO, DVRCV on 03 9486 9866 or firstname.lastname@example.org
All complaints are confidential.
If you need to seek help or advice at any time, you can call these 24 hour services:
safe steps Family Violence Response Centre: 1800 015 188
National Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Hotline: 1800 RESPECT (1800 737 732) or visit their 24 hour online counselling service
MensLine: 1300 78 99 78
If you are in immediate danger, call the police on 000.
Attending the consultation
DVRCV is committed to protecting your personal information in accordance with Victorian privacy laws and will only use these details for this consultation. Contact Nicola Harte on 03 9486 9866 with any queries.
To express your interest to attend the consultation please complete this form by 5 October 2017.