Archive for the Research Category

Where Men Stand: Men’s roles in ending violence against women

The report Where Men Stand: Men’s roles in ending violence against women was released by the White Ribbon Foundation on November 25th 2010. The report is a stocktake of men’s positions in relation to men’s violence against women in Australia. It examines four dimensions to men’s relations

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WHO Report on Preventing Intimate Partner Violence

The World Health Organisation have released a report: Preventing intimate partner and sexual violence towards women: Taking action and generating evidence. The report outlines the nature and magnitude of the issue worldwide, discusses risk and protective factors, outlines evidence based prevention strategies and highlights the need for

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New book: Sex, Power and Consent

Sex, Power and Consent: Youth culture and the unwritten rules is a new book by Dr Anastasia Powell – lecturer and researcher at LaTrobe University and keynote speaker at the recent PiP forum “For better and worse: young people, technology and preventing violence against women.”

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International resources

The California-based, Prevention Connection, has a ‘wiki’ with information on a range of materials (eg. workshop exercises, school curriculum, books, posters and dvds) about and for the primary prevention of violence against women visit violence prevention wiki The UK website Womankind Worldwide has a range of resources

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