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DVRCV has welcomed the announcement of $572 million over two years to deliver 65 of the most pressing recommendations from the Family Violence Royal Commission.

Australia’s first Royal Commission into Family Violence has released its 227 recommendations.

DVRCV congratulates the twenty women who were acknowledged and celebrated through their induction into the 2016 Victorian Honour Roll of Women.

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Women from regional Victoria share their experiences of the family violence justice system, along with their hopes, insights and demands for systemic change.

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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.

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

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