Develop the Workforce Resources

In this category you will find resources that are designed to develop the workforce.

Examples of resources include:

  • workshop videos and presentations
  • video resources
  • fact sheets across a range of topic areas

A list of available resources can be found in the tabs below. Additional resources will be added to this page over the coming months.

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If you would like to see other resources added to this space, contact us at workforce@healingfoundation.org.au

Presentation Slides – Intersectionality in Action

Intersectionality in Action – Culturally and Linguistically Diverse

The series explored the concept of intersectionality in relation to working with diverse populations.

Presentation Slides – Intersectionality in Action

Intersectionality in Action – Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander

The series explored the concept of intersectionality in relation to working with diverse populations.

Presentation Slides – Intersectionality in Action

Intersectionality in Action – LGBTIQ populations

The series explored the concept of intersectionality in relation to working with diverse populations.

Presentation Slides – Intersectionality in Action

Intersectionality in Action – Bringing it all together using a lifecourse frame

The series explored the concept of intersectionality in relation to working with diverse populations.

Presentation Slides – SPARK Webinar

SPARK Webinar: Community-based approaches to sexual offender reintegration

This SPARK Webinar provided an opportunity for practitioners to hear about the findings of newly released ANROWS research by Associate Professor Kelly Richards on community-based re-integration programs for sexual offenders.

Presentation Slides – SPARK Webinar

SPARK Webinar: The role of law and culture in preventing, resolving and healing family violence

This SPARK Webinar featured Professor Harry Blagg, lead author of the 2020 ANROWS report Understanding the role of law and culture in Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander communities in responding to and preventing family violence.

Video Resource – DFV and Disability

Prevent – Why does DFV happen more to women with disability?

In this video three women with disability share their insights into what domestic and family violence looks like for women with disability and some of the reasons it happens.

Video Resource – DFV and Disability

Recognise – What does DFV look like for women with disability?

In this video three women with disability share their insights into domestic and family violence and what it may look like for women with disability.

Video Resource – DFV and Disability

Respond – What can you do to respond effectively to women with disability experiencing DFV?

In this video three women with disability share their insights into how to effectively respond to women with disability experiencing domestic and family violence.

Video Resource – DFV and Disability

Refer – Who do we need to connect with?

In this video three women with disability share their insights into connection and referral points for women with a disability experiencing domestic and family violence.