Join the NIFVS Team
The NIFVS team are seeking applications for a Project and Workforce Development Coordinator. The Coordinator plays a critical role in supporting the implementation of family violence reforms in the region and coordinating the NIFVS family violence workforce training portfolio.
Get Ready for the Week Without Violence: 17-23 October
Start planning your Week Without Violence (WWV) event. Since 1999, the northern metropolitan region has marked the WWV, primarily through the Clothesline Project, where every year hundreds of people across the region paint T-shirts.
Family Violence Group Work Calendar Term Three
The Family Violence Group Work Calendar for Term 3 2022 is now available.
Updated Family Violence Posters Now Available
The NIFVS Family Violence posters have been redesigned to include an inclusive design and updated to connect to relevant services. They inform community members, adult victim survivors and adults using family violence about support services that are available in the NMR.
Farewell to Ada Conroy
Ada Conroy, Workforce Development Coordinator is leaving her role with the NIFVS team at WHIN after 10 years.
Welcome New Sessional Trainer
Welcome to our new Session Trainer, Kelly Finch who joins the NIFVS Training team to deliver the Resisting Collusion with Male Perpetrators training.
Welcome Sessional Trainer – Jess Kirwan
Welcome to our new Sessional Trainer Jess Kirwan, who joins the NIFVS Training team. Jess has worked in the community sector in suicide prevention, family violence and sexual assault services for over 10 years.
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.