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Register for the live stream of Responding to Disclosures in Prevention Settings

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Tips to make violence prevention more meaningful for migrant communities

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Being a specialist family violence practitioner is tough. Our wellbeing needs to be prioritised because of the ongoing exposure to distressing stories and the high responsibility we hold.

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We spoke to Scott Holmes about his experience facilitating the primary prevention program Baby Makes 3

Two new parents sitting with their baby; the mother looking on as the father cradles the baby.

Baby Makes 3 is a primary prevention program that aims to prevent violence against women by promoting equal and respectful relationships between new parents.

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The knowledge and skill of PVAW specialists must be valued and supported over the long term to give Victoria the best chance to create a safe and equitable world for women and their children

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We spoke to inTouch about their specialist expertise and why it’s important to embed specialisation in the family violence system.

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