Archive for the Resources Category

New App to help prevent dating violence

Thanks to the PiP member who let me know about this new app which allows users to quickly and subtly send a pre-programmed text to support people including a map to show their precise location. The app is designed for young people who lose track of their

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You Wanna feel Safe – VicHealth DVD resource

You Wanna Feel Safe is an educational tool, designed to demonstrate the different impact that the threat of sexual violence has on men’s and women’s lives and social freedoms, as a means to illustrate the impact of gender on people’s lives. This resource is available to organisations

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You Wanna feel Safe – VicHealth DVD resource

You Wanna Feel Safe is an educational tool, designed to demonstrate the different impact that the threat of sexual violence has on men’s and women’s lives and social freedoms, as a means to illustrate the impact of gender on people’s lives. This resource is available to organisations

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Maribyrnong City Council’s Respect & Equity Preventing Violence Agaianst Women guide for Local Government

The guide is designed for local governments to deliver successful gender equity and prevention of violence against women programs and projects. It outlines how Maribyrnong City Council worked internally and externally to build its gender equity and prevention of violence against women programs. Access the guide here.

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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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