A society in which all communities and people are free from family violence

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rfvp faviconWays to get involved include:

Working Groups
 Induction Forum
Training and Events
RFVP Newsletter
Working Groups

To enable family violence system reform to occur on a regional level, the RFVP has developed several time limited and topic specific Working Groups that are accountable to the RFVP governance groups and the Strategic Plan. Anyone in the region, including those from signatory and non-signatory agencies under the Memorandum of Understanding, is welcome to join a working group. Our current working groups are:

Workforce Development Working Group – building workforce capability and arranging RFVP events
Meetings: Monthly
Chair: Cathie Nederveen

RFVP Communications Working Group – producing relevant and comprehensive resources
Meetings: Monthly
Chair: Chiara Mafrici

Intersectionality and Inclusion Working Group – challenging power imbalance and promoting more inclusive practices
Meetings: Bi-Monthly
Chair: Tricia Malowney

Reform Implementation Community of Practice – sharing solutions, information and tools to enhance reform implementation across our service system
Meetings: Quarterly: Topic/focus specific.
Facilitator: Nina Levin

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Induction Forum

The Introduction to the Family Violence Sector Forum is an orientation for workers who are new to the family violence service system or the Eastern Metropolitan Region. These sessions aim to give participants an introduction to the family violence system in the EMR, with presentations from key services in the region.

To see a snapshot of the Introduction to the Family Violence Sector Forum, check out this video we made. 

To look at summaries from past RFVP events, click here.

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Training and Events

The RFVP sponsors and coordinates special training and events on topics considered relevant and necessary for building integration and improving local family violence service delivery. In the past, some specific topics have included Information Sharing Reforms, Working Safely with Children, workplace and workforce innovation.

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RFVP Newsletter

The RFVP newsletter provides useful and relevant information about family violence reforms, training and events, news and research outcomes. Delivered fortnightly, the newsletter is a great way to stay up to date with developments in our region.  For more information, please contact us.

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View previous RFVP Email Newsletters:

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RFVP E-News: June 2019


RFVP E-News: May 2019


RFVP E-News: April 2019

RFVP Newsletter

For family violence sector updates and news on events/trainings.

RFVP Calendar of Events

Find out what events are happening throughout the year and book online.

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