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Supporting Victim/ Survivors of domestic and family violence during concurrent crises, Webinar series 2020

Webinar 1

Bushfire, drought, Covid-19 and safely planning for animals escaping DFV.

People with animals experiencing domestic and family violence have had to navigate through multiple concurrent crises in the past 12 months. This webinar explores some of the responses to supporting victim survivors through bushfire, drought, COVID 19 and other natural disasters. It points to some important tools to support both people experiencing DFV and service providers . The key messages of needing to be prepared in advance, to know your community support mechanisms and the importance of creating a multi agency, collaborative case management team are highlighted. e hear from leaders in the field, EDVOS who are broadly prepared to support people with animals through multiple crises, Merri Health who have pioneered collaboration with councils to work together through crises, Blue Arc who have created a number of critical resources for people with animals in bushfire prone areas also pointing to other resources that can empower the movement to prepare for disaster. Cherished Pets share their key message of the need to work together with human and animal services. Proudly hosted by the University of Melbourne.

This is a re-recording of the first webinar in the series, originally held in August 2020. In this re-record allowed us to expand on the bushfire information in anticipation of summer approaching and in response to questions fielded in the first webinar.

We appreciate any and all donations that allow us to continue producing these webinars and are grateful to all our donors who help grow this movement.

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Webinar 2

Criminal Investigations, animal abuse and domestic violence. September 21st, 2020

International data and research exploring the link between abuse to animals and other criminal behaviour. Lucy’s Project was proud to showcase two international leaders in the field of researching animal abuse and other criminality, Andrew Campbell and Mark Randell. Thank you to the University of Melbourne for hosting this webinar. Trigger warning- some of this content is confronting, child victims, animal cruelty and homicide. Lucy’s Project is proud to deliver free resources to people with animals experiencing domestic and family violence, specialist domestic and family violence services, other professionals on the frontline and the general community. However, these services come at a cost to us and we currently receive no government funding. Without the generous financial support of people like you, we would not be able to keep operating. We welcome any donation and every little bit counts. If you cannot contribute anything, we understand, we still love you!  To become a regular donor and support our work on an ongoing basis, become a “Friend of Lucys Project”

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