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VicHealth’s “You wanna feel safe” DVD is available for purchase at DVRCV

VicHealth’s You wanna feel safe: Building capacity for safe and respectful environments for women, and healthier communities for all DVD is now available for purchase at the DVRCV publications web store. VicHealth has given permission for DVRCV and PiP to copy and distribute the resource to the

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Using attitudes research to strengthen advocacy around violence against women – Two free VicHealth workshops

This workshop will discuss the findings of the National Community Attitudes towards Violence Against Women Survey (NCAS) and assist PVAW practitioners to use this research in their advocacy, media and/or violence prevention roles. The workshop is relevant to the violence prevention sector and people working in communications

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VicHealth Preventing Violence Against Women 2-day workshop

This course will equip participants to build environments within organisations and across communities that foster and maintain safe, equal and respectful gender relations. The course also provides the opportunity to strengthen and develop partnerships between organisations and across sectors to support the planning and implementation of activity

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PiP Forum Presentations

For those who missed the PiP Forum in February 2015, two of the three presentations are now available to view online.   Tania Last from the Department of Education & Training (DET) presents on the ‘Secondary School Nursing Program’ at the Partners in Prevention Forum on 11

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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.

PiP is resourced by