MARAM Collaborative Practice Module Resources

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MARAM COLLABORATIVE PRACTICE module: PRE-REQUISITE TRAINING RESOURCES

 

Family Violence Multi-Agency Risk Assessment and Management Framework: Foundation Knowledge

Helping end family violence - the Information Sharing Schemes and MARAM

Video 3.57 mins

 

MARAM COLLABORATIVE PRACTICE MODULE TRAINING - FURTher RESOURCES

The Everybody matters inclusion and equity statement

An important resource for trainers and participants to consider and apply the Intersectionality Framework in Victoria.

Responding to family violence capabilities framework

A tool for building family violence capability in all workforces that intersect with family violence.

MARAM Framework

Can be used by all services that come into contact with individuals and families experiencing family violence.

Information Sharing schemes

Including the Family Violence Information Sharing Scheme and the Children Information Sharing Scheme.

Information Sharing ministerial guidelines

Family violence information sharing scheme and Children’s Information sharing scheme policies, templates and tools

Family Violence Information Sharing Scheme Guidelines Summary

what is intersectionality?

Video 2.49 mins

The urgency of intersectionality

To understand the background and history of intersectionality, this TED talk highlights the importance of action.

Going beyond anti-discrimination and towards proactive change to welcome others

The Intertwine Charter outlines 6 areas where organisations can proactively improve their internal practices and policies to implement intersectionality.

Intersectionality Training

Training and a network for those implementing the Intertwine Charter.

Resisting burnout through justice doing

Vikki Reynolds (2011) challenges the notion of burnout and offers an approach to resisting burnout based on collective sustainability shouldered-up by justice doing.

Ending family violence: Victoria’s plan for change

Wheel of privileges and oppression

Whatever it takes: access for women with disabilities to domestic and family violence services

Code of practice for the investigation of family violence

Dhlek Dja Safe our way

Strong Culture, Strong Peoples, Strong Families (2018). Aboriginal 10-year family violence agreement for 2018-2028. The Dhelk Dja is a community-led Aboriginal agreement to address family violence.

Change the Story

A national framework for the primary prevention of violence against women.

Change the Picture

Addresses how gender inequality interacts with other forms of structural discrimination including colonisation to drive violence against Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

Follow my lead

Developed by Domestic Violence Services Management NSW in partnership with Dr Allen Wade and Dr Lynda Coates with the participation of victim survivors of family violence.

Power and control wheels

Developed by Ellen Pence. Video 5.38 mins

Coercive control: how men entrap women in personal life

Developed by Evan Stark. Video 16.06 mins