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Organisation

Domestic Violence Resource Centre Victoria

Acronym:
DVRCV
Current name:
Guide

Best practice guidelines: supporting the wellbeing of family violence workers during times of emergency and crisis

These guidelines draw on research by the Monash Gender and Family Violence Prevention Centre, in partnership with Domestic Violence Victoria, that investigated the impact of COVID-19 on family violence, practitioner wellbeing and remote service delivery.
Report

Partners in Prevention expansion project: 2017 – 2019 evaluation report

The evaluation showed the program’s success in bringing people together in caring, safe and supportive environments, that facilitated openness and generous exchange of knowledge and ideas among both experts and practitioners. This summary report outlines some of the findings.
Strategy

DVRCV Strategic plan July 2019 - June 2024

Building on over thirty years of history working to prevent and respond to family violence and violence against women, this five year strategy sets out how the DVRCV will build on its strengths and innovate for change.
Guide

Key terms in respectful relationships education

People working in respectful relationships education and the prevention of violence against women use specific phrases, acronyms and jargon. Many of these terms are similar or have overlapping definitions; it can be challenging for new workers to understand this language. That’s why we’ve developed Key...
Report

'Just say goodbye': Parents who kill their children in the context of separation

This discussion paper is essential reading for people working with separating parents, or in family violence and child protection, and for anyone seeking to develop a better understanding of why these deaths occur and how they might be prevented.