WEBINARS

Techniques to Increase Meaningful Contact with Men Who Use Violence by Phone

PRESENTED BY: Mr Mark Walters

This short video presents four practice tips for safe and meaningful engagement with men who use violence against their families by phone. Meaningful engagement remains a key determinant of change. COVID 19 has changed the way we reach people. It has changed the way we make and maintain contact. Talking to men who use violence in their home, regardless of the medium, requires thoughtful and measured planning. Informed by national and international research and built on local practice knowledge this video offers practical tips that keeps safety and accountability central while maintaining an unrelenting focus on the safety of women and children.   

Understanding Seasons

PRESENTED BY: Randal Ross

Mr Randal Ross, Red Dust Healing Co-founder and Manager Cultural and Community Relations NWRH, has insights to share about cultural seasons and reflects on the relationship between current restrictions and traditional family roles.

Due to COVID-19 this video was filmed informally by the presenter whilst in isolation.

Domestic and Family Violence Senior Project Officer Role

PRESENTED BY: Jo Radke

Manager of the Domestic and Family Violence Reforms and Implementation at the Department of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Partnerships (DATSIP), Ms Jo Radke updates us on DATSIP’s work in ensuring Government investments are culturally appropriate and tailored to community needs.

 

Due to COVID-19 this video was filmed informally by the presenter whilst in isolation.

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