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Community Development Trainer wanted – Volunteer program in Vietnam

Australian Volunteers International is currently recruiting for a Community Development Trainer (Gender Based Violence) to be part of their volunteer program in Vietnam. AVI assignments are developed in response to locally identified needs, and  volunteers play a vital role in building the capacity of organisations and  communities

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Primary Prevention Matters

In 2013, Deakin University released a ground-breaking sexuality education resource that equips teachers to talk about gender-based violence. You can read the recently published article in the DVRCV Advocate here.

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PiP Evaluation Workshop with Dr Sue Dyson

On Wednesday 19 March, Dr Sue Dyson shared her wealth of experience in evaluating primary prevention of violence against women programs. Sue heads the cultural change program at Australian Research Centre in Sex, Health and Society (ARCSHS), Latrobe University, where she is a senior research fellow. Her

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Men supporting each other to end gender inequality and prevent violence against women

Men supporting each other to end gender inequality and prevent violence against women is a new network for men involved, or interested in becoming involved, in efforts to prevent men’s violence against women. The first gathering was held on Tuesday 15 October, organised by Scott Holmes from

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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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