Informed and developed with inTouch’s 38-year history, and the lived experience of victim survivors, inSpire’s suite of programs focus on supporting women to thrive long term. inSpire works with women from migrant and refugee backgrounds who have experienced family violence, helping them to establish their independence, build their confidence and create a future of their own making.
Women from migrant and refugee backgrounds who have experienced family violence face unique barriers in looking for work, including a lack of local experience or contacts, gaps in their employment history, facing an unfamiliar system and employment culture, and overseas qualifications or experience may not be recognised, all while dealing with the impacts of family violence.
In order to address this, inTouch is offering the inSpire Mentoring program over the next four months to build our own capacity to to increase opportunities for women to work with role models in the community and workplace. If you’re a woman in the professional space with managerial experience, we’d love for you to apply (Women of diverse or migrant backgrounds are encouraged regardless of residency or citizenship status).