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Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans, Intersex and Queer (LGBTIQ) people are not only more likely to experience family violence but less likely to recognise, report and receive appropriate support

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Family violence impacts on Aboriginal people at vastly disproportionate rates and has devastating effects on Victorian Aboriginal communities.

CRAF materials

The Royal Commission into Family Violence has created an unprecedented opportunity to examine how Victoria’s response to family violence can be improved.

Fiona Richardson and Vig Geddes

Excerpt of our interview with MP Fiona Richardson, Minister for the Prevention of Family Violence, that appeared in the 2015 spring/summer edition of DVRCV Advocate

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Our office hours and available support services during the Christmas/New Year period

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Gender inequality sets the necessary social context that allows violence against women to flourish

Emily Maguire, DVRCV CEO

Two months into her role as CEO of DVRCV, Emily Maguire reflects on the current family violence landscape and her vision for how we can work together to ensure women and children's safety