Archive | family violence

Documentary on Trauma- ‘Ghosthunter’

Ghosthunter is the story of a western Sydney security guard and part-time ghost hunter who has spent two decades searching for his absent father. As a survivor of trauma, he seeks to reconcile his fractured memories and piece together his past. When his search converges with a police investigation, a family secret is exposed — […]

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Information Sharing Schemes and MARAM- Online Learning Modules

While Family Safety Victoria and the Department of Education and Training are working towards the roll out of in-depth training, workers are able to access an introduction to child information sharing schemes and MARAM online. Who should undertake training? Information sharers and expert advisors (Sharers) Information sharers and expert advisors are personnel in prescribed organisations […]

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Family Violence Prevention Yarns Now Open

Staff at Bendigo District Aboriginal Co-operative are seeking expressions of interest from community members about how to design and develop a localised approach to preventing family violence within the  Aboriginal community. The aim is to create a culturally safe and responsive approach to family violence prevention that is guided and informed by Aboriginal and Torres […]

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Information Sharing and the MARAM Framework

From 27 September 2018, the Child Information Sharing Scheme and Family Violence Information Sharing Scheme will commence for: all child protection practitioners senior Housing Officers a range of DHHS funded agencies. The two information sharing schemes extend existing information sharing permissions for prescribed organisations and workforces and all prescribed agencies are required to make the […]

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