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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Respectful Relationships: The whole school approach

One-day training for the community sector     Full day (9:30am to 4:30pm) Essential training for: Community health workers, youth workers, social workers, community development workers, or anyone from the community sector currently working with schools – or wanting to – on respectful relationships education. Training Outcomes: This training

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Community of practice: register now

Learn from other practitioners Test ideas and solve problems collectively Share your wisdom Discover new and exciting opportunities with your colleagues We arepleased to offer two communities of practice for respectful relationships practitioners in 2017-18; one face-to-face and one online. The face-to-face community of practice is suited

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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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