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Two Maori women discuss work

How do we build a workforce when we are still yet to have a shared understanding of what skills that workforce will need?

Women supporting each other

Belinda Bannerman continues our wellbeing conversation by interrogating some of the assumptions surrounding self-care and re-framing the entire concept.

Julie is a Wurundjeri woman who advocates for Aboriginal women’s rights through her work supporting Aboriginal women experiencing family violence

People collaborating at work

One of the key ingredients to successful change is the conversations we have, particularly when consulting with a multitude of experts

Rainbow LGBTQI flag painted on a person's arm

We spoke to staff from queerspace, a health and wellbeing service for LGBTQI+ people, and their families, about the experience of family violence in LGBTQI relationships.

DVRCV CEO Emily Maguire outlines how an independent, statewide agency is crucial for the success of any prevention activity

Survey results - what's essential? 31% family violence 101, 28% risk assessment, 13% trauma informed approaches

We were delighted with the response from 367 family violence specialist practitioners across the state to our training needs survey.

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