Understanding domestic and family violence in Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Communities

Rape & Domestic Violence Services Australia's training in Understanding domestic and family violence in Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Communities is designed to equip professionals to deepen their understanding about the impacts of domestic and family violence for women who are from CaLD backgrounds.

Participants will engage in constructive debates around culture, religion and patriarchy and explore how or if they cause or contribute to domestic and family violence in CaLD communities.

Learning Outcomes

  • Exploring culture and cultural diversity
  • Domestic and family violence in CaLD communities
  • Legal rights and CaLD communities
  • Culture, religion and domestic and family violence
  • Domestic and family violence service accessibility
  • Working in alignment with the National Plan to Reduce Violence against Women and their Children 2010-2022

Course Details

Course Duration:  1 day
Maximum Participants:    20


It was all great...the content was reassuring and makes me feel more competent and hopeful.
Community Services Worker

I found the training to be useful and valuable. The section on trauma was well explained and particularly helpful.
Community Services Worker

The way this training explains how cultures and beliefs affect a person’s decisions when dealing with workers to resolve their situation was really helpful.
Community Services Worker

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