Introducing the Champion Toolkit

The Champion Tool Kit is a primary prevention resource that intends to assist and encourage champions in and alongside schools and youth settings to participate in well planned, best practice and inclusive gender-based violence prevention.

The Toolkit was created by Madeleine Kempster as part of her role as Regional Schools Family Violence Project Officer. Champions are those workers both inside and alongside schools and youth settings promoting and supporting effective prevention work with young people. Schools can make commitments to quality prevention programs and take on whole-school approaches.

Whole organisations can be champions as they commit time and resource to support and collaborate in prevention work. This resource is designed to support and encourage potential champions as well as partnerships in prevention work.

The Champion Tool Kit consists of:

  • strategies to promote best practice and prevention collaboration
  • resource listing
  • Prevention Fact and Activity Sheets.


You can access the Champion Toolkit here: Champion Tool Kit June 2011

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