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Everybody matters : inclusion and equity statement

Contributor(s): Family Safety Victoria | Victoria State Government.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Melbourne, Vic : Victoria State Government , Family Safety Victoria, 2019Description: electronic document (56 pages) ; PDF file & Word DOC file.ISBN: 978-1-76069-478-4 .Subject(s): DOMESTIC VIOLENCE | ETHNICITY | FAMILY VIOLENCE | INTERSECTIONALITY | INTERVENTION | INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE | SOCIAL SERVICES | SUPPORT SERVICESOnline resources: Click here to access online | Diversity and intersectionality framework | Access the website Summary: This statement sets out the Victorian Government's long-term vision for the creation of a family violence system that is more inclusive, responsive and accessible to all Victorians. It acknowledges and recognises the diversity inherent within each of us, and the need for family violence and universal services to build a better understanding of the barriers that can prohibit inclusion and access through the understanding and application of an intersectionality framework. The Statement’s vision for an inclusive, safe, responsive and accountable system for all Victorians will mean that anyone seeking help for family violence will be able to choose what service they access and know they will receive the help they need. The next step is to develop an Inclusion and Equity Blueprint, over three stages, that will identify the actions required to achieve the long-term vision outlined in this statement. (From the Foreword and website). See also the Diversity and intersectionality framework (2 pages). Record #6218
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This statement sets out the Victorian Government's long-term vision for the creation of a family violence system that is more inclusive, responsive and accessible to all Victorians. It acknowledges and recognises the diversity inherent within each of us, and the need for family violence and universal services to build a better understanding
of the barriers that can prohibit inclusion and access through the understanding and application of an intersectionality framework.

The Statement’s vision for an inclusive, safe, responsive and accountable system for all Victorians will mean that anyone seeking help for family violence will be able to choose what service they access and know they will
receive the help they need.

The next step is to develop an Inclusion and Equity Blueprint, over three stages, that will identify the actions required to achieve the long-term vision outlined in this statement. (From the Foreword and website). See also the Diversity and intersectionality framework (2 pages). Record #6218

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