Our 15th March 2023 Information Session will be co-facilitated by Tanelle Maloney, Sector & Community Learning & Development Officer and Ilily Aba-Omer, inTouch's inSpire Project Officer. Ilily will discuss the inSpire initiative and the critical and unique work the program does to support women from migrant and refugee backgrounds recovering from family violence.
Our monthly information sessions provide an opportunity for specialist family violence, community sector and multicultural agency staff to learn about the services that inTouch provides, eligibility criteria and referral pathways.
Our bimonthly information sessions provide an opportunity for specialist family violence, community sector, and multicultural agency staff to learn about the services that inTouch provides, eligibility criteria and referral pathways.
This training offers professionals who are not family violence specialists with foundational understanding of cultural humility, intersectionality and unconscious bias when supporting refugee and migrant clients experiencing family violence.
This specialist training equips professionals with a deeper understanding of the multiple systemic barriers experienced by clients/families from migrant and refugee backgrounds as well as referral pathways and support available for women on temporary visas.
This tailored training option is available to agencies and organisations looking to build specific capabilities within their service. Tailored training is available for service providers, agencies and networks either in the family violence sector or caseloads with refugee and migrant clients.