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This training has been designed to assist Victorian refuge staff to better support migrant and refugee women, particularly women on temporary visas. It explores the principles of culturally responsive practice, cultural humility, unconscious bias, and intersectionality and how to apply these to practice.
On completion of the training participants will have:
· Reflected on their own professional practice using culturally responsive principles, cultural humility and an intersectional approach.
· Discussed how cultural expectations, systemic barriers and discrimination may impact a migrant or refugee woman’s capacity to seek and sustain family violence service support.
· Applied the principles of culturally responsive practices when engaging with clients/families from migrant and refugee backgrounds experiencing multiple systemic barriers and discrimination.