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Understanding and responding to adolescents using violence in the home | Law Week 2021

This is a recording of our co-located partner Youthlaw's Law Week 2021 event which explored the issues and complexities of working with adolescents who use violence in the home, many of whom are also victims of violence themselves.

CIJ’s Elena Campbell, appeared with a panel of practitioners from Youthlaw, Victoria Police, health services and the family violence sector to discuss what they are currently seeing in their practice and explore the legal and non-legal support that adolescents and their families needs.

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