The Family Violence Reform Implementation Monitor was established following the Royal Commission into Family Violence and independently monitors and reviews the Victorian Government and its agencies in delivering the state-wide family violence reform. The Monitor reports annually to Parliament and the community on the progress of the implementation of the reforms. Monitoring is now underway for the Monitor’s fourth and final report, which will examine what has changed since the Royal Commission into Family Violence released its report in 2016, and what remains to be done.
In this submission Djirra shared our views on:
- how the family violence service system, and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women’s experience of it, has changed since the Royal Commission
- looking forward: what is still required in the family violence reforms
- the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.