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LGBTIQ Relationships and DV - 27 November 2015
Transcript of LGBTIQ Relationships and DV - 27 November 2015
Safe Relationship Project
LGBTIQ Relationships & Domestic Violence
Inner City Legal Centre
Why LGBTIQ people
do not access services?
LGBTIQ community lack of knowledge about DFV
lack of LGBTIQ services & safe identified mainstream services
LGBTIQ history with
police & justice system
intersection LGBTIQ with otherness
LGBTIQ lived experience
Outing is a
DV happens in LGBTIQ
relationships at similar rates
LGBTIQ people significantly
Limited DV services for LGBTIQ people
Sexuality, gender identity and intersex status used as tactics/weapons especially devastating
What to take away from today
Safe Room - Downing Centre
Legal Advice and casework - many legal issues
Safe Relationships Project, Inner City Legal Centre
Referrals to non-legal services
Safe and appropriate referrals for LGBTIQ clients
The Gender Centre
"A short guide to making your service Intersex friendly"
Heaps of online info and resorces
links to a range of support including peer and family support
In Sydney call: (02) 9569 2366
Out of Sydney Metro call: 1800 069 115
training, information, resources and info kits
For transgender and gender diverse clients:
support and case management
information and resources
telephone counselling and online chat
5:30pm to 10:30pm
1800 184 527
Safe Place Project - free and supported organisational auditing to work towards inclusive service delivery, statewide promotion to LGBTIQ community on facebook and website
training and education
Anti Violence Project - reporting domestic violence and homophobic violence
counselling and social work support
HIV and health services and education
(02) 9206 2000
Free call: 1800 063 060
(02) 9332 1966
Free call: 1800 244 481
What does Domestic
Violence look like?
DV occurs at
Same abuse: psychological,
Perpetrator tactics: the same with an added weapon - sexuality, gender identity, intersex status
Gendered myths are extremely dangerous to victim safety and seeking support