Aboriginal Children’s Forum
Drives the safety and wellbeing of Aboriginal children and young people in, or at risk of entering, out of home care.
Chief Magistrate's Family Violence Taskforce
The Chief Magistrate’s Family Violence Taskforce is a direct link to Government for issues related to the broad intersection of justice and family violence, arising from the Royal Commission.
Dhelk Dja Partnership Forum
The Dhelk Dja Partnership Forum was established in 2005 to enable the Victorian Government and Aboriginal communities to address issues of Aboriginal family violence.
Diverse Communities and Intersectionality Working Group
The Diverse Communities and Intersectionality Working Group brings together representatives from across the community sector, the Victim Survivors' Advisory Council and government departments.
Family Violence Housing Assistance Implementation Taskforce
The Family Violence Housing Assistance Implementation Taskforce oversees support packages, crisis accommodation and social housing needs.
Family Violence Steering Committee
The Family Violence Steering Committee is responsible for providing specialist advice to relevant Ministers and the Social Services Taskforce on family violence policies, strategies and programs.
The Taskforce provides advice to government around broader workforce reforms that play a role in preventing, identifying or responding to family violence.
LGBTIQ Family Violence Working Group
The LGBTIQ Taskforce provides advice to the Minister for Equality, identifies government priorities and ensures policy, programs and services are inclusive of LGBTI communities.
Ministerial Taskforce on the Prevention of Family Violence and other forms of Violence Against Women
The Taskforce provides prevention advice and helps to develop strategies to stop family violence before it starts.
Victim Survivors' Advisory Council
The Victim Survivors' Advisory Council puts people from different age groups, cultural and socio-economic backgrounds, and lived experience of family violence, at the heart of the reform agenda.
Reviewed 12 July 2019