Responsive Pandemic Practice
On Thursday 8 September, join us for the online report launch of Responsive pandemic practice: LGBTIQ+ family violence service innovation in Victoria during COVID-19.
Hear from LGBTIQ+ practitioners and organisations as they reflect on the lessons learned and how they transformed family violence service delivery during COVID-19 lockdowns.
The report details the research and findings conducted by La Trobe University’s Australian Research Centre in Sex, Health and Society (ARCSHS) into LGBTIQ+ organisations family violence service provision during COVID-19, highlighting the innovative options developed and the adaptability and flexibility of organisations to pivot services while keeping clients at the centre of the work.
The launch event will include remarks from Eleri Butler, CEO Family Safety Victoria; Carolyn Gillespie, Director of Services Thorne Harbour Health; and an overview of the key research findings. Hear from a panel of family violence practitioners from Switchboard and Thorne Harbour Health as they discuss their experiences and learnings from this time.
This free online event will be via Zoom, register your details to attend.