What is the MARAM video series?
The MARAM video series is 17 impactful videos to support prescribed workforces to better understand MARAM reforms more broadly including the key concepts and responsibilities that apply to their role. These videos are available on the Victorian Government website and YouTube(opens in a new window).
How were the videos developed?
FSV appointed Gozer Media to undertake the video production work. FSV engaged with four organisations (VAADA, NTV, Safe and Equal and Elizabeth Morgan House) to support development of role play videos showing risk assessment and management in practice.
What videos are available?
The series includes two types of videos:
MARAM victim survivor and person using family violence series: Eleven longer role play scenarios between a practitioner and client, including graphics with key topics raised. You can view them on the Vic Gov website(opens in a new window) or on YouTube(opens in a new window).
MARAMIS fact sheets
MARAMIS fact sheets were developed to support people receiving services from the Department of Families, Fairness and Housing (DFFH) but are relevant to a broad range of workforces.
The fact sheets outline the Family Violence Multi-Agency Risk Assessment and Management (MARAM) Framework and Information Schemes in everyday practice. The fact sheets are translated into 6 commonly used languages including Dinka, Somali, Simplified Chinese, Oromo, Arabic and Vietnamese. The fact sheets are also translated into easy English to reflect the diverse communities that we support.
Access the fact sheets here