DVRCV is currently seeking a new Chief Executive Officer. Interest is expressed for a highly skilled and experienced feminist advocate, with knowledge of family violence and demonstrated skills in leadership and management in community organisations. Continue reading
Partners in Prevention is hosting an evaluation workshop with Dr. Sue Dyson at their next network meeting in August. Continue reading
On Tuesday 5th May the Victorian Labor Government handed down its first state budget. The budget outlines $81.3 million in family violence initiatives over 4 years with $57.9 million to be delivered in 2015-2016. Also relevant to the sector is the announcement of $935 million for the community sector to meet the costs of mandated pay rises through the Equal Remuneration Order. Continue reading
Women with Disabilities Victoria (WDV) are seeking an experienced Administration Officer to support their team. WDV is a vibrant organisation of women with disabilities working for women with disabilities in Victoria. Continue reading
Connections is a group for women who are living in or have left an abusive or hurtful relationship. Continue reading
The Victorian Government will provide $900,000 for the roll out of pilot program to reduce risk for women and children who are experiencing family violence and require additional safety supports to remain in their home. The strategy responds to the high level of breaches for family violence intervention orders. Continue reading
At the recent Aboriginal Justice Forum, $180,000 was announced to support the implementation of Regional Aboriginal Justice Plans developed by Victoria’s nine Regional Aboriginal Justice Advisory Committees. Continue reading
Public submissions are now open to inform the review of Victoria’s Charter of Human Rights and Responsibilities, first announced in March. Brett Young, former CEO of the Law Institute of Victoria (LIV) will lead the review.