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.
NIFVS Team Welcome Katrina Dickinson
The NIFVS Team is excited to be welcoming Katrina Dickinson to the role of MARAMIS and Workforce Development Coordinator.
Successful Turn Input into Action Forum
On 30 March 2023, organisational leaders across the northern metropolitan region progressed recommendations arising from the Victim Survivor Experience Mapping report.
Victim Survivor Experience Mapping Report Launched
The NIFVS Partnership has undertaken Victim Survivor Experience Mapping. The final report contains insights into victim survivor experiences of the service system in the NMR and recommendations for a range of stakeholders.
New Financial Abuse Webpage
The NIFVS team has developed a new Financial Abuse webpage with resources for professionals responding to family violence. Proactive steps can be taken to address problems such as joint debts, unaffordable loans, utilities and phones, and credit history.
View the Engaging Perpetrators Under MARAM Webinar
On 15 March, the NIFVS partnership hosted the Observing, Documenting & Sharing: Engaging perpetrators under MARAM webinar to explore how organisational leaders and practitioners can use the new MARAM for Adults Using Family Violence.
Access Consultation and Beyond: Engaging Survivor Advocates Webinar
The NIFVS Partnership hosted a webinar on 14 September 2021 to explore how organisational leaders and practitioners can improve engagement with survivor advocates in order to strengthen practice responses and service planning.