Whittlesea CALD Communities Family Violence Research Report 2012 - Page 77

76 APPENDIX 3 Whittlesea CALD Communities Family Violence Project Interview Format Cohort 3: Community & Religious Leaders 1. Have you ever been approached by someone seeking assistance/advice in relation to family violence? a. If yes has this happened more than once? b. If yes, how often are you approached for assistance/advice in relation to family violence? 2. If you have been approached for assistance/advice who has approached you? a. Victim b. Perpetrator c. Friend/family member/concerned bystander of victim d. Friend/family member/concerned bystander of perpetrator 3. Which group most often approaches you for assistance/advice? 4. Why do you think that people in your community choose to approach you in relation to family violence?I 5. When you have been approached for advice/assistance what has that person been seeking? (e.g. information about their rights, information about where to get assistance, a sympathetic ear, direct intervention etc) 6. What assistance/information or advice have you offered them? 7. Why did you offer that particular information/assistance/advice? 8. Have you ever referred the person to an agency/organistion(s)? a. If yes, which one(s)? b. Why did you choose to refer to that particular agency/organisation(s)? 9. To your knowledge, when you make referrals to an agency/organisation(s) does the person actually go on to seek assistance from that agency/organisation(s)?