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A new study released in the US by the Division of Violence Prevention (part of the National Centre for Injury Prevention & Control) has highlighted the role of Intimate Partner Violence (Domestic Violence) in the homicide rates of women.

The Study found that:
• Nearly one third of adult female homicide victims were aged 18-29 years
• More than half of the adult female homicides with known circumstances were intimate partner violence (IPV) related.
• Among IPV-related homicides, about 80% were committed by a current intimate partner and about 14% were committed by a former intimate partner.

Homicide continues to be a leading cause of death for women aged 44 years and younger. To inform homicide and intimate partner violence prevention efforts, evidence-based programs and policies are needed to prevent IPV from occurring in the first place.

Click on the link to access the report: ow.ly/V9U430eIkzD

Preventing Intimate Partner Violence Across the Lifespan: A Technical Package of Programs, Policy, and Practices

The report includes a collection of strategies that represent the best available evidence to help communities prioritise efforts to prevent intimate partner violence.
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Family Worker Training + Development Programme Inc shared their event.

The Journey of Resilience workshop scheduled for August 22nd 2017 has been postponed due to unexpected circumstances.

The new date for this workshop is Tuesday, 17th October 2017.

All other aspects of this training event remains unchanged, including venue, training content and time.

Family Worker Training apologises for any inconvenience this may have caused.

Please feel free to contact our office on 96206172 should you have any questions regarding this change.

Kind Regards,
FWT+DP
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Family Worker Training + Development Programme Inc shared their event.

This workshop explores key/early intervention skills for working effectively where there are concerns about domestic/family violence using a child-centred approach. It explores practical ways workers can respond when working with parents who experience conflict or are suspected of using/use violence in family relationships.

Who: Anyone working with children, parents and families
When: Wednesday 16th August 2017
Time: 8:45am to 4:00pm
Where: Lily's Function Centre, Seven Hills

For more information and to register, please click here:
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