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Living without Violence - Domestic Violence Toolkit (WA)


The 'Living without Violence' toolkit is a series of information sheets for people in WA who have experienced domestic violence and who are in the process of separating or have recently separated from their partner.

The information sheets will be provided by community or legal workers to clients. Practical information is provided about rights in relation to:

  • Checklist and useful contacts 
  • Centrelink and domestic violence 
  • Debt and domestic violence 
  • Fines and domestic violence 
  • Immigration and domestic violence 
  • Divorce and domestic violence 
  • Property and domestic violence 
  • Parenting and domestic violence 

The NSW version of the toolkit can be downloaded HERE.

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Area of Law
  • Debt and credit
  • Discrimination and human rights
  • Family law and relationships
  • Government
  • Housing and land
  • Immigration and refugees
  • Pensions and allowances
  • Victims
  • Community organisation
  • Community workers
  • General public
  • Women
  • WA
Method of Delivery
  • Publication
Project Type
  • Community Legal Education
Project uploaded to CLEAR 15th February 2013
Contact Person Chantel Cotterell
Contact Position Projects & Sector Development
Contact Email
Contact Phone (02) 9264 9595
Production/Delivery Date 01/02/2013
Cost Free
Evaluation Not Stated
Edition 1st edition

See also Living without Violence - Domestic Violence Toolkit (NSW)


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Sponsor / Partner Agencies

WA: Domestic Violence Legal Workers' Network, hosted by the Women's Law Centre WA

NSW: Community Legal Centres NSW, Immigration Advice and Rights Centre, Macarthur Legal Centre, National Association of Community Legal Centres, Sista Girl Yarnz Group, Campbelltown Welfare Rights Centre, NSW Women's Legal Services NSW

Review Date 15th February 2014

Disclaimer: Laws and policies are often changing. We encourage you to check the currency of any laws or policies referenced in the above CLEAR project.

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