PiP network meeting: doing evaluation

Learn about participatory approaches to evaluation. At our next meeting, Wei Leng Kwok will give PiP members a taste of participatory approaches to evaluation, based on the work she has done with VicHealth for its Preventing Violence Against Women projects. Please note, the meeting time has been

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VCOSS Event: Family violence: changing the conversation

VCOSS invites you to a special event during Anti-Poverty Week. Violence against women and children in Victoria is one of the most serious issues facing our state, with huge repercussions not just for the families involved but for the broader community. Family violence is the leading cause

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WHIN Week Without Violence and Clothesline Project Toolkit

Women’s Health in the North (WHIN) has developed a campaign tool kit for Week Without Violence and the Clothesline Project – 2013. This tool kit has been developed to assist those who are interested in participating in Week Without Violence and the Clothesline Project. These campaigns play

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A snapshot of the five criteria for best practice in violence prevention education in schools

Below is a snapshot of the guide to implementing best practice in Respectful Relationship Education, detailed in the 2009 DEECD and VicHealth document Respectful Relationships Education: Violence prevention and respectful relationships education in Victorian secondary schools 1. A whole-school approach –a concerted approach across the entire school to

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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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