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Published on April 13, 2017

Here we are at FVPLS Victoria 2017 Staff In-service, representing the Young Luv Program self-love butterfly wave, to empower our young Aboriginal women of today.

#thebutterfly #CulturalStrength #youngluv4FVPLSVIC

Published on Mar 30, 2017

This article appeared in Australasian Lawyer and outlines FVPLS Victoria's new formal partnership with Lander & Rogers law firm, who are our long-time supporters.

“We recognise FVPLS Victoria as the expert in the field,” Joanna Renkin, Pro Bono and Community Support at Lander & Rogers.

#CulturalStrength #DontSilenceTheViolence

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(L-R: Nick Toonen - General Manager, FVPLS Victoria; Joanna Renkin - Pro Bono & Community Support Partner, 
Lander & Rogers; Antoinette Braybrook - CEO, FVPLS Victoria; Andrew Willder - Chief Executive Partner, Lander & Rogers)

Published on Mar 8, 2017

Our CEO, Antoinette Braybrook was today awarded The Yarra City Council's 2017 Inspirational Woman of Yarra Award. 

It's a great recognition of Antoinette’s work and leadership – and a great reflection on the whole FVPLS Victoria team, who stand firm against family violence with Antoinette. 

Antoinette was far away in Fitzroy Crossing in WA celebrating the appointment of June Oscar to the position of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Social Justice Commissioner and International Women's Day when this award was announced. FVPLS Victoria Community Legal Education Team Leader, Meriki Onus recieved the award on Antoinette's behalf.



Published on Feb 28, 2017

Local WIN TV visited us in Traralgon at our recent Sisters Day Out Workshop



Published on Nov 3, 2016

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Call the Aboriginal Family Violence Prevention and Legal Service Victoria toll free on 1800 105 303.

If you need support after hours you can call safe steps Family Violence Response Centre of Victoria on 03

9322 3555 or country toll free on 1800 015 188. For emergency assistance, call Police on 000.