Practice Lead Community of Practice
Safe and Equal are recommencing the Practice Lead Community of Practice for practice leaders, or anyone undertaking similar duties, who are responsible for supporting MARAM best practice.
Northern Integrated Family Violence Services Partnership MARAM Survey
The Northern Integrated Family Violence Services partnership is undertaking survey as an assessment to determine how organisations and practitioners are aligning practice to the MARAM and Information Sharing Schemes.
Supporting Businesses and Workplaces to Respond to Family Violence
Safe and Equal are supporting businesses and workplaces to meet their OH&S and Fair Work obligations in relation to domestic and family violence.
Responding to Victim Survivor Experiencing Criminalisation
The NIFVS team have developed a new webpage, Criminalised Victim Survivors, with resources to assist practitioners respond to victim survivors who have been criminalised. Victim survivors who have experienced criminalisation, may encounter discrimination in the family violence service system, which can impact on their risk and access to safety and support.
Download Updated NIFVS Family Violence Posters
The NIFVS multi-language Family Violence posters have been updated to reflect the change to Merri-bek City Council. These posters inform community members, victim survivors and adults using family violence about support services that are available in the northern metropolitan region. The posters contain information in English, Arabic, Assyrian, Chinese, Hindi, Punjabi and Vietnamese.
New Bilingual Family Violence System Connectors
The new Multi-Service Coordinated Family Violence Response Project will target women and children from South Asian community in the City of Whittlesea by out posting Bilingual Family Violence System Connectors at key locations.
Advocate for Further Investment in Family Violence this Election
Safe and Equal has launched its Victorian Election Platform in the lead up to the Victorian 2022 State Election.
Watch MARAM Adults Using Violence Practice Guide Webinars
Developed by No to Violence, the "What Now" webinars will help workforces familiarise themselves with the MARAM Practice Guides for working with adults using violence.
Good Samaritan Inn Gains Transitional Housing Funding
Along with Berry Street and McAuley, Good Samaritan Inn have been successful in gaining funding through the state budget to provide additional housing and support responses utilising suitable agency owned infrastructure.
Development of MARAM Training – Working with Perpetrators of Family Violence
FSV has engaged Swinburne University of Technology and Uniting Vic/Tas and Boorndawan Willam Aboriginal Healing Service (BWAHS) to undertake the development of MARAM training for working with adults using family violence.