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Family Law and Violence Assignment

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Asked how family law deals with family violence - majority on CALD/multicultural.

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Family Law and Violence Assignment
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Behavior Violence Crime Violence against women Violence against men Abuse Gender studies Domestic violence Rosie Batty Sexual violence Magistrates' Court of Victoria Gender equality Ibid
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Behavior Violence Crime Violence against women Violence against men Abuse Gender studies Domestic violence Rosie Batty Sexual violence Magistrates' Court of Victoria Gender equality Ibid
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This essay will specifically focus on non-Indigenous multicultural vulnerable groups. Firstly to discuss the culturally and linguistically diverse and their barriers. To include the ways the family law system assists victims and perpetrates family violence. Secondly, the Royal Commission into Family Violence Report recommendations. Thirdly, the ways how the legal system approach domestic violence to this vulnerable group. Fourthly the issues that may arise. Lastly, to conclude with the importance of reporting, reforms and issues we face. B VULNERABLE GROUPS Vi...
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