Partners in Prevention (PiP) is a network of practitioners working across Victoria to prevent violence against women. PiP supports prevention practitioners to hone their practice skills, connect with one another and strengthen their knowledge of the evidence base around respectful relationships education and the primary prevention of violence against women.

Please note: Due to public health restrictions, we’re only delivering training and events online. Visit the Events page to see what’s available.




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Training and events

Engaging and accessible DVRCV training and events in primary prevention of violence against women.




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Resources

Everything you need to understand and implement evidence-based respectful relationships education.





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“After a few months in my new job, I felt how enormous this area was and that maybe I wasn’t the right person. Then I attended a PiP meeting and I was amazed and delighted at this seemly underground movement of dedication, diversity and information that was strong, credible and extensive.
And yes, it was collegial and connective!!”
 — PiP Member


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Primary Prevention Helpdesk

As part of the statewide workforce development program, DV Vic and DVRCV is launching the new Primary Prevention Helpdesk. This service will draw on the significant and diverse expertise of the new Primary Prevention Team, as well as the deep institutional and sector knowledge of DV Vic and DVRCV more broadly.

The Helpdesk can provide information and signpost to relevant resources, contacts, and networks, and support practitioners facing resistance and backlash through ad hoc peer support.

Practitioners can access the Prevention Helpdesk by submitting an enquiry via this form.

Acknowledgement of country

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

PiP is resourced by