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November 2019

Respectful Relationships Community of Practice

6 November 2019 @ 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Our Community House, 552 Victoria Street
North Melbourne, VIC 3051 Australia
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Free

"The Community of Practice has been very valuable - it has taken me in directions I haven't had time to think and reflect on in my day to day practice."  Do you want a sense of solidarity with others working on respectful relationships education? Work to prevent violence against women can be challenging and sometimes isolating. Connecting with others through a DVRCV Community of Practice (CoP) will support you both personally and professionally. This CoP is for educators and practitioners who have…

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Partnerships for Prevention

14 November 2019 @ 9:30 am - 4:30 pm
Department of Education and Training Bendigo Office, 7-15 McLaren St
Bendigo, VIC Australia
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Free

Partnerships for Prevention is a dynamic one-day professional development workshop  designed to build the capabilities of community organisations to become ‘critical friends’ and support schools’ implementation of the Department of Education and Training’s Respectful Relationships initiative. Designed by the Domestic Violence Resource Centre Victoria (DVRCV) in collaboration with the Victorian Department of Education and Training (DET), in this workshop we will invite your feedback on the content and format. There is no cost for participation. Organisations will need to cover travel…

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Unpacking Resistance training

21 November 2019 @ 9:30 am - 4:30 pm
Melbourne CBD

If you’re doing gender equality or primary prevention work, it’s likely that you’ve come across backlash and resistance. This one-day workshop for practitioners will give you effective, evidence-based tools and strategies to respond to resistance. This one day course aims to build participants knowledge and skills to plan for and respond to backlash and resistance in their work to prevent violence against women. What will I learn? Definitions and forms of resistance and backlash in PVAW How to plan for…

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February 2020

Seminar – Learning from change: Embedding effective evaluation into prevention practice

February 11
Melbourne CBD
Free

Join us in person or online to get an insight into the challenges that practitioners face in evaluating and monitoring their projects.

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Leading Prevention in Practice

February 12 - February 13
Melbourne CBD

This two day course will equip experienced practitioners in primary prevention of violence against women to strengthen their specialist knowledge and skills to lead high level prevention initiatives.

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Unpacking Resistance

February 19
Melbourne CBD

This one-day workshop for practitioners will give you effective, evidence-based tools and strategies to respond to resistance.

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Introduction to Preventing Violence Against Women (PVAW) – Foundation course

February 27
Melbourne CBD

This one-day course will give you a toolkit of information and strategies to take action in your workplace and everyday life, or to kick start your career in preventing violence against women.

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Partners in Prevention meetup

February 27 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
The Cluster, 17/31 Queen Street
Melbourne, Victoria 3000 Australia
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Free

At this free meetup Joanna Brislane, Manager – Practice Leadership at Our Watch will talk about the challenges of implementing a whole of setting approach.

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March 2020

Prevention in Practice (3 days)

March 4 - March 18
Melbourne CBD

This three-day course provides the foundational knowledge and skills to give all prevention practitioners, especially those new to the sector, a comprehensive introduction to prevention program design, from development to successful implementation.

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Seminar – ‘What about men?’ Engaging men and boys to prevent violence against women

March 12
Melbourne CBD
Free

Join us in person or online to explore how to effectively frame our work to engage men and boys to prevent violence against women.

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