WorkUP Queensland is pleased to announce the final successful practice studio host for this round. Congratulations to Gympie Community Action group who will be testing the implementation of the Social Entrapment Framework within their local community.

After discovering Gympie Community Action’s was successful, manager Talia, said “The Social Entrapment Framework offers potential to support women to tell their stories in such a way that the real safety risks and barriers to accessing support they experience can be comprehended (and hopefully responded to) by justice systems and other systems. We are so excited by the opportunity to pilot this in our court support and advocacy”.

The two previously announced hosts were the Cairns Sexual Assault Service with their practice studio implementing a trauma and violence informed model of care and Women’s Health Queensland who will be using the partnering with women element of the Safe and Together Framework with ambassadors across Queensland. WorkUP Queensland will be providing updates on their progress throughout their implementation and sharing the learning’s generated to drive the uptake of evidence informed practice across the sector.