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A smiling mother with her young teenaged daughter embracing her from behind. In the background there is a complex woven piece of art.

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

A smiling mother with her young teenaged daughter embracing her from behind. In the background there is a complex woven piece of art.

We spoke to Domestic Violence Victoria about their specialist expertise and why it’s important to embed specialisation in the system.

Young woman wearing glasses, smiling and looking away from camera with a composite image around her of a woman walking to work with a baby in a carrier, a woman sitting in a meeting, aerial view of a housing estate, aerial view of a city, lines of code.

DVRCV’s Fast Track pilot aims to address the demand for specialist family violence practitioners with the knowledge and skills to take up senior leadership positions.

A path through long grass

VCOSS works towards a society where everyone can thrive. But to excel in this, we must draw upon a vast reservoir of community sector knowledge.

Working with women with disabilities tip sheet

Tips for family violence workers to support women with disabilities by maintaining a strengths-based approach and avoiding deficit language.

A smiling man

Chris has been a youth worker for 17 years. We talked to him about what keeps him interested in this work, how it intersects with the family violence sector and how to apply a gendered lens.

A woman standing on stage behind a lectern. Behind her is a large screen with the words "Session 2: On the ground with respectful relationships".

On 29 May, more than 200 primary prevention of violence against women and respectful relationships education practitioners gathered for DVRCV’s first prevention conference.

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