Practice Development Workshops: Workshop 3

Workshop 3 – Domestic Violence Orders and DFV Court Introduction to Protection Orders What to expect at DFV Court Safety planning around DVOs and Court Referrals for legal advice Making applications for Grant of Legal Aid Note: registrations have now closed as we are fully booked. Please keep checking our events page and social mediaContinue reading “Practice Development Workshops: Workshop 3”

Practice Development Workshops: Workshop 2

Workshop 2 – Introduction to DFV Risk Assessments and Safety Planning High Risk Indicators of Homicide General Risk Indicators Strangulation Introduction to Risk Assessments Introduction to Safety Planning Note: registrations have now closed as we are fully booked. Please keep checking our events page and social media for an announcement of the next series ofContinue reading “Practice Development Workshops: Workshop 2”

Practice Development Workshops: Workshop 1

Workshop 1 – Understanding and Recognising DFV Understanding domestic and family violence (DFV) DFV legislation and relevant relationships Forms of abuse and the cycle of violence Coercive control Effects of abuse on adults, children and young people Identifying and talking about DFV DFV screening tips Note: registrations have now closed as we are fully booked.Continue reading “Practice Development Workshops: Workshop 1”

Write a Revolution – “Fight Like a Girl” Poetry Slam

The Domestic Violence Action Centre invites young people, aged 15–25, to join this brilliant opportunity to work with award winning and professional poet Anisa Nandaula and Sinéad Nunan, where you will workshop poetry writing & ‘slam’ performance, whilst exploring ideas about what it means to “Fight Like a Girl” in 2021. Let’s challenge gender stereotypesContinue reading “Write a Revolution – “Fight Like a Girl” Poetry Slam”

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