The Young People’s Voices Project sought the perspectives of young people aged 9-21 years who have experienced family violence about what makes a good father, the impact of having a father who uses violence on his children as well as how/whether a father who uses violence can make it up to his children. Young people were asked for their views about the degree of involvement they believe young people should have if their father attends a MBC Program and how young people think their voices could be included in these programs as well as the key messages they would like to give to fathers who attend.
There are three video resources from this project. Note due to privacy issues the files should not be downloaded. They can be publicly viewed through Vimeo.
Funders: Luke Batty Foundation, ARC Linkage
Partners: Bethany Community Support
Project Dates: 2014-2016
Contact: Kristin Diemer