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Victim Survivors’ Advisory Council

Victim Survivors’ Advisory Council

About Victim Survivors’ Advisory Council

The Victim Survivors’ Advisory Council (VSAC) was created to give people with lived experience of family violence a voice and ensure they are consulted in the family violence reform program.

Formed in July 2016, VSAC represents the lived experiences of people of different ages, genders, demographics and communities across Victoria.

VSAC's role is to:
• place people with lived experience at the centre of family violence reform
• include people who have experienced family violence in service design of family violence reforms
• advise on how family violence reform initiatives will impact on people who use services
• ensure the government’s response to the recommendations of the Royal Commission into Family Violence meets the expectations of people with lived experience
• ensure advice to the government reflects the diversity of the family violence experience.