In this episode we will be talking to Acting Senior Sergeant Maha Sukkar who became the first Muslim policewoman in Victoria to wear a hijab in 2004. We will ask Maha about her work with the multicultural community and barriers they may experience with the police.
On this episode we talked with Gagan Kaur Cheema on the invaluable work health educators and bilingual workers do in the community and organisations.
In this episode, we will talk to Veena Barsiwal on family violence and its impact on victim/survivors’ mental health and well-being.
In Episode 4, Vahideh speaks with Sami Fox, who shares her first hand understanding of the barriers that migrant and refugee women living in regional areas who are experiencing violence.
In this episode, Vahideh and Anu Krishnan address some assumptions that mainstream family violence services can overcome to build stronger links with migrant women.
In Episode 2, Vahideh speaks with Rodney Vlais on the importance of looking at patriarchal structures in violence against women.
In this first Making the Links Podcast Episode, Vahideh Eisaei speaks with Zia Ebrahim from Sunraysia Community Health Service about the importance of involving community and faith leaders in preventing violence.