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It is estimated that as many as one in five women living in Australia experience sexual violence and one in three Australian women experience physical violence at some point in their lives (A Snapshot to Time for Action: The National Council’s...
The Family Violence Risk Assessment and Risk Management Framework (often referred to as the common risk assessment framework, or the CRAF) has been in use in Victoria since 2007. The CRAF is used by many different professional groups who come into contact with family violence...
Victoria continues to lead the nation in the area of family violence prevention. It is also arguably emerging as a world leader.
This research was commissioned by the Bayside Peninsula Integrated Family Violence Partnership and the Southern Melbourne Integrated Family Violence Partnership. Using a ground-up approach that privileges the voices of frontline practitioners, it aims to improve understanding of practice within Men’s Behaviour Change Programs (MBCPs) operating...
This report highlights the progress of the family violence reforms since the Royal Commission into Family Violence handed down its report in 2016.