PiP Publications

On this page you will find the resources and publications developed by Partners in Prevention.

Working with schools tip sheet series

This tip sheet series contains four topics: considerations for working with schools, supporting a whole school approach, establishing a partnership, and supporting parent engagement. It is intended to help the community sector support schools to plan and deliver evidence based respectful relationships work.

Building respect and equity among young children tip sheet series

This tip sheet series is co-developed by PiP and City of Melbourne to help all professionals who work with young children to promote respect and gender equity in their work. It covers seven topics, including taking a whole of service approach, supporting children’s sense of identity, intentional teaching, teaching for care, the importance of language, observing and documenting, and working with families.

Unpacking Resistance video series

This video series Unpacking Resistance explores the experience of resistance from the perspective of practitioners working in the sector.

ABCDEquality: Students act to prevent violence against women

This resource is an adaption of the original Know you A-Z tool and offers a different prevention action for every letter of the alphabet that is relevant and relatable for young people.


Key terms in respectful relationships

A handy glossary of terms used in primary prevention and respectful relationships work in Victoria.

Know your A-Z Preventing Violence against Women printable poster

The Know your A-Z resources offer 26 ways everybody can help challenge harmful stereotypes, promote respect and prevent violence.

A whole school approach to respectful relationships education in schools

A printable A4 poster covering the key aspects and information regarding a whole school approach to respectful relationships education.

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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