QCDFVR Reports

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QCDFVR Reports 2019-01-23T10:39:11+00:00
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April 2018

Domestic and family violence and its relationship to child protection

Domestic and family violence is a significant social problem which has become the focus of increased community concern. Whether children experience violence themselves or witness this behaviour, this violence can have long-lasting impacts on children’s wellbeing and development. The seriousness and prevalence of domestic and family violence mean that practitioners need ways to minimise risk to children and adult victim/survivors and to support their safety and wellbeing.

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August 2018

7 Guiding Principles for Workplaces: Domestic Violence Provisions

Australian Employers are responsible for providing safe workplaces – free from harassment, abuse and violence. At times, the impact of gendered violence outside of a workplace, can impact staff at work, with evidence suggesting: Abuse/ harassment often continued at work Abuse involved threatening calls, texts, emails Perpetrators can physically attend workplaces Victims can be prevented from attending work So, how can employers support their staff and maintain a safe workplace?

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