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Nine Years in Review: sharing the benefits of the PiP Network

In 2016, DVRCV commissioned a review of the impact PiP has had on RRE practice over the last nine years. The report found that there was great benefit to PiP members, specifically in the areas of connection and collegiality, engaging with the evidence base and access to information, resources

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Working Together to Prevent Sexual Assault

In this article, Jess Boccia from Barwon Centre Against Sexual Assault, discusses implementing a Sexual Assault Prevention Program at Nelson Park School, a school targeting students with mild intellectual disabilities. This article was first published in Violence & Disability Quarterly produced by Women with Disabilities Victoria.  

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Sharing best practice in respectful relationship education

On Wednesday 24 July, close to 50 PiP members came together to share best practice in respectful relationship education, focusing on what is happening in Victoria. VicHealth’s Emily Maguire led the discussion on what works, and what doesn’t work, drawing from the 2009 best practice guide developed

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PiP Network Meeting, Wednesday 24 July 2013

The next PiP Network Meeting will be held from 2.00 – 4.00pm, Wednesday 24 July in the Orange Room at the Multicultural Hub, 506 Elizabeth Street, Melbourne At this meeting, we’ll share best practice in respectful relationship education, focusing on what is happening in Victoria. The conversation

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Acknowledgement of country

DVRCV and the PiP network acknowledge Aboriginal people as the traditional owners of the lands and waters throughout Australia.

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