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It was noted as a resulted of the inadequate and inaccurate advice provided to women, their applications for permanent residence under the DVP were severely delayed. We recommended training on the DVP and for various information to be distributed to migration agents and solicitors. MIA is following up on these recommendations.

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Presentations raised issues of NESB women's experiences of domestic violence, the impact of immigration issues and domestic violence and the abuse of older women. The aim this year was to gain wide media coverage and focus on women and children's experiences of domestic violence, thus the theme "Give Our Kids a Safe Home". The resources were extremely in demand.

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We recommended training on the DVP and for various information to be distributed to migration agents and solicitors. MIA is following up on these recommendations.

Migrant Women Without Income In earlySpeakout and the Women's Refuge Migrant Support Group undertook to conduct a survey of refuges to ascertain the experiences of migrant women without income support accessing refuges. This year the survey were completed and distributed to a wide range of DV services and ethnic organisations for information and to use as lobbying tools for more resources to NESB women.

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An article was also written in conjunction with Meryem Ali from the Refuge Movement focusing on migrant women in domestic violence without income support, which was published in the Parity Homelessness Magazine. However, due to a review, the advisory committee has been 'disbanded' with another process to replace the advisory committee. Members of the DV team attended many meetings with the committee to provide feedback on the DV Line relocation to the Teleservice Centre and raised concerns about mechanisms for feedback re the operations of the DV Line when the committee is disbanded.

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Presentations raised issues of NESB women's experiences of domestic violence, the impact of immigration issues and domestic violence and the abuse of older women. The aim this year was to gain wide media coverage and focus on women and children's experiences of domestic violence, thus the pfoject "Give Our Kids a Safe Home".

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