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DVRCV resources

DVRCV’s website has a comprehensive list of local resources and links relating to domestic and family violence. ‘101 ways great and small to prevent family violence: A Victorian resource kit’ contains an entire section on projects targeting children and young people. Download the family violence resource kit

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Engaging with best practice, February 2010

Our February PiP meeting was a facilitated discussion of best practice and the recently released Respectful Relationships Education in Secondary Schools report. In particular we will be looked at the 5 criteria for good practice outlined in chapter 3. The opinion post Best practice is a state

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A right to respect and Respectful relationships education in schools, December 2009

Looked at the recently released state government plan to prevent violence against women, A Right to Respect, with particular focus on the education setting. Lara Fergus from the Office of Women’s Policy gave an overview of the state plan. Then David Billimoria and Erika Turner spoke to

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Engaging with the media to prevent violence against women, September 2009

Improved participant’s capacity to engage with the media. Featuring insights from Jane Ashton (Women’s Domestic Violence Crisis Service) on the Media Advocacy Project. Followed by practical activities led by Antony Balmain, VicHealth’s Media and Public Advocacy Coordinator. Download September meeting notes (PDF 152kb)

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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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