Resources & Publications

FVPLS Victoria and other organisations produce a range of culturally appropriate resources and information sheets to help people understand the law, and how to get help.

You can download resources here, or contact us for hard copies.

 

Newsletters 

 

Autumn 2016 Newsletter

 

Aboriginal Women Writer's list 

 

Grow your knowledge flyer

 

Templates

 

Letter to Federal MP / Senator 

 

Help Cards

 

Victims of Crime Help Card

Family Violence Intervention Orders: A guide to staying safe

Info about Child Protection

Info about family violence and support services

Fact Sheets 

 

Child Protection - Know your rights

Guide to VOCAT

Family Violence - Fact Sheet

 

Program Evaluation Reports

 

Sisters Day Out - Evaluation Report - coming soon!

Young Luv - Evaluation Report

Other Resources

 

Healthy Relationships Video 

Published Jul 14, 2017

FVPLS Victoria is proudly launched a Victorian State Government-funded video which talks to our Koori youth about healthy relationships. Unhealthy behaviours can happen in any relationship, the important thing is to draw on the strength of your support network. This is Kiah’s story..

 

Evaluation Report of FVPLS Victoria's Early Intervention and Prevention Program 

 Koori Family Violence Police Protocols: What you can expect

 I Am Not The Problem Campaign 

Published on Nov 25, 2016

Whenever Aboriginal women are spoken about in the dominant culture or mainstream media, we are always framed as deserving of the family violence we experience. We are not the problem, we have the solutions. Hear what we say.

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FVPLS Solutions to Addressing Family Violence Video

Published on Jul 4, 2016

No more silencing the violence:
We have entered an unprecedented time in the struggle to
eliminate family violence against Aboriginal and Torres Strait
Islander women.
 
Family violence is a national epidemic and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women are at the centre of this crisis.We must support Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women to break the cycle of disadvantage. 

These are our Solutions and we call on you to stand with us.

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Burndap nahlinggu-dji – Welcome back:

A resource for Koori women exiting prison, including information about community services and organisations which 
may provide assistance in Victoria.

  

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This booklet features family violence prevention strategies for Koori women, Koori men, Koori agencies and non-Koori agencies stand firm against violence.

Hard copies available at no cost. Please contact us.

  

 

 

 

  

    

 

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Hard Copy Only. Please contact us to purchase.