Report of the Family Violence Reform Implementation Monitor: As at 1 November 2018

Report of the Family Violence Reform Implementation Monitor: As at 1 November 2018

28 March 2019

This report describes progress in family violence reforms in Victoria.

This report is published by the Victorian Government.

This is the second report of the Victorian Family Violence Reform Implementation Monitor, covering the period 1 November 2017 to 1 November 2018. The Monitor is assessing the progress of the Victorian State Government in implementing its complex reform package to address family violence, which is expected to take 10 years to implement successfully. This report focuses on:

  • The Orange Door – Support and Safety Hubs
  • incorporating the voices of victim survivors in all aspects of the reform
  • prevention in order to break the family violence cycle
  • foundational issues from the 2017 report.

Access the resource via the Monitor website.

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