A Family Violence Prevention Legal Service (FVPLS) sends their Chair and a senior solicitor to a state-wide jurisdictional planning meeting in Sydney focusing on family violence services.
The following day, the same two participants attend a roundtable discussion on changes to family violence laws in NSW. During this discussion, the senior solicitor provides a 30 minute PowerPoint presentation on the legal issues facing Aboriginal women in western NSW, and what legal changes are needed to improve the situation.
The FVPLS records this work as follows:
A new Community Project is created with the title ‘Jurisdictional Planning’. Recorded under this Community Project is one Stakeholder Engagement Activity called ‘Attendance at meeting on family violence in Sydney’, with the relevant date as a service characteristic.
Another Community Project titled ‘2019 Family Violence Law Reforms’ is created. Recorded under this Project are three Community Project services:
- one Stakeholder Engagement Activity ‘Attendance at Roundtable on 2019 Changes to FV Laws’ with the relevant date as a service characteristic
- one Community Legal Education Resource ‘Presentation on legal issues and changes needed to protect Aboriginal women in rural NSW’, and
- one Law and Legal Services Reform Activity ‘Presentation on legal issues and changes needed to protect Aboriginal women in rural NSW’.
Note that in CLASS, it the FVPLS only records the Projects without creating separate Activities, this work will not show up in reports.