PiP Network Meeting – Tuesday 17 November 2015 2pm – 4.30pm

PiP Network Meeting – Tuesday 17 November 2015 2pm – 4.30pm Where: Multicultural Hub, 506 Elizabeth St, Melbourne. RSVP: Email prevention[at] or phone DVRCV’s Prevention Officer on 9486 9866 At the PiP network meeting we will hear from Cara Gleeson, Policy and Projects Manager of Children and Young People at Our Watch, on the Respectful

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Response to Reading, writing and numeracy the way to stop domestic violence, Michael Coulter Opinion Piece, 22 August 2015

DVRCV’s letter to the The Age newspaper on Respectful Relationships Education The article “Once again we’re asking teachers to be parents” (Opinion, 23/8) disregards facts that demonstrate the need to include respectful relationships education programs in the curriculum. A recent survey by OurWatch found that more than

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New Curriculum Supports Students To Build Healthy Relationships And Understanding

PREMIER OF VICTORIA THE HON. DANIEL ANDREWS MP MEDIA RELEASE Friday 21 August 2015 The Andrews Labor Government will introduce respectful relationships education into the school curriculum from next year to support students to learn how to build healthy relationships, understand global cultures, ethics and traditions, and

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PiP Meeting 12 August 2 – 4:30pm meeting notes

  At our August PiP meeting, Stef Tipping, Schools program Coordinator at CASA House delivered a workshop on the Sexual Assault Prevention Project for Secondary Schools (SAPPSS), providing an overview of the program and how it has evolved over recent years. Stef also ran some exercises with the group that she

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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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