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Northern Integrated Family
Violence Services Partnership
For professionals supporting the
safety of victim survivors in Melbourne's
northern metropolitan region

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NIFVS eNews 2024

NIFVS 2024 eNews

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Lunch & Learn: Working with Young People Using Family Violence

The Lunch & Learn are free, 1-hour sessions aiming to strengthen the practice skills and confidence of professionals to safely and effectively respond to family violence.

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Groupwork Calendar, Term 2 2024

NMR Group Work Calendar, Term 2 2024. Each school term, the Northern Integrated Family Violence Services (NIFVS) partnership produces a calendar of family violence support groups run by organisations...

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Child and Young Person MARAM tool

Complete these survey to contribute to the development of the Child and Young Person MARAM tools

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Building Bridges Forum: Save the Date!

NIFVS are planning a full-day forum to strengthen connection and collaboration between victim-survivors and people who use violence services in Melbourne’s North under the MARAM Framework and Information...

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Research Project – Family Violence Affecting Families with Children from Migrant Backgrounds  

Researchers from the University of Melbourne would like to speak to mothers or caregivers from migrant backgrounds whose families have experienced domestic and family violence (DFV).   This project...

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Make it Mainstream Community of Practice

Submit your EOI for the CoP: Make it Mainstream: Building safer, inclusive services for LGBTIQA+ people experiencing family violence

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MARAM training: Working with adults using family violence

NTV has released 2024 dates for MARAM trainings focused on working with adults using family violence.

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Good Shepherd webinars

Learn more about the Good Shepherd webinars

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‘Disconnected & Insecure’ report

Disconnected & Insecure: The intersection between experiences of long COVID and intimate partner violence

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