WEBINARS

Relationship rights and responsibilities: empowering others to navigate safe and consensual relationships (Centre Against Sexual Violence Logan and Redlands)

PRESENTED BY: Ms Katrina Weeks

Reflecting on your own values regarding sexual assault forms part of this presentation that also explores the effects of sexual assault and interpersonal trauma on survivors.  Sexual violence myths, supporting survivor disclosure and self-care are other topics covered.

Supporting women from CALD backgrounds experiencing DFV and sexual abuse (99 Steps: Access Inc)

PRESENTED BY: : Ms Caroline Fitzpatrick

Supporting women from CALD backgrounds experiencing DFV and sexual abuse provides an overview of domestic and family violence and sexual abuse experienced by women from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds and discusses some of the particular barriers and challenges they face, as well as offering some ways to address these. In addition, this presentation provides tips on working effectively with interpreters to ensure that CALD women receive correct information and access to justice.

Domestic and Family Violence: sharing information

PRESENTED BY: Queensland Centre for Domestic and Family Violence Research

Every day, in a range of services around Queensland, workers encounter people experiencing, or perpetrating domestic and family violence.

This means that every day workers hear information that causes them to be concerned for the safety of victims of this violence.

However, many workers are not aware of when and how they may appropriately share information, to protect victims, under the current legislative provisions.  This brief video introduces you to the Domestic and Family Violence Information Sharing Guidelines, a valuable resource designed to answer those questionsYou will be shown how to access the Guidelines and learn about:

  • what is permitted under the legislation,
  • who is allowed to share information,
  • what circumstances allow information sharing without consent to ensure the safety of victims and children,
  • and what information can be shared.

Everyone values their privacy, and whenever safe, possible and practical, workers should gain a person’s consent providing personal information about the person to someone else.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander viewers are warned this video may contain images of people who have since passed.

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FOR DOMESTIC VIOLENCE SUPPORT

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