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Illustration of three women diverse in age and ethnicity.

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.

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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We spoke to inTouch 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 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.

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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.

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