Strengthening Victoria’s Workforce Capacity to Better Respond to Family Violence
for knowledge, reflecting cultural humility, adapting cultural protocols and incorporating ancestral languages.
forming collaborative, non-exploitive, sustainable, long term ethical and relevant relationships.
acknowledging that diverse communities own their own knowledge, have a leading role in shaping content design and evaluation with them, should have access to and control over their data (data sovereignty) and that evaluators should adhere to culturally and religiously appropriate protocols.
setting up processes and systems that enable exchanges for mutual benefit, full participation, sharing decision-making and compensation.