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 and tools.

The report highlighted the value of connection with other respectful relationships and prevention of violence against women (PVAW) practitioners, as well as the growing recognition of the importance of good practice respectful relationships work. The report clearly reflects the growing awareness and acceptance among practitioners that good practice means engaging with and adapting to reflect the evidence base, which is now well established and extensively cited across the community sector.

Becasue of PiP taking a much stronger stand about evidence based practice, a lot of the community sector has started to understand that the evidence base is real, that we’ve got to work within that evidence base and we’ve got to try to encourage the schools in our regions to work in that way  — PiP Member

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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