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ABCDEquality: Students act to prevent violence against women

ABCDEquality: Students act to prevent violence against women Australian data shows that the majority of young Australians think violence and sexual harassment is unacceptable. However there are low levels of knowledge among young people about how to prevent violence against women. Drawing on the wisdom, passion and

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Key terms in respectful relationships education

People working in respectful relationships education and the prevention of violence against women use specific phrases, acronyms and jargon. Many of these terms are similar or have overlapping definitions; it can be challenging for new workers to understand this language. That’s why we’ve developed Key Terms in

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New resource puts prevention into practice

The new Know your A-Z resource from Domestic Violence Resource Centre Victoria (DVRCV) and Our Watch helps break down how to prevent violence against women into simple, everyday actions that challenge gender stereotypes and promote respect. Know your A-Z offers a different prevention action for every letter

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VicHealth’s “You wanna feel safe” DVD is available for purchase at DVRCV

VicHealth’s You wanna feel safe: Building capacity for safe and respectful environments for women, and healthier communities for all DVD is now available for purchase at the DVRCV publications web store. VicHealth has given permission for DVRCV and PiP to copy and distribute the resource to the

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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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