Using Facebook for Respectful Relationships education

Check out our facebook page on the redevelopment of the When Love Hurts website to help us make the new site even more effective in helping young people think about respectful relationships.

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Engaging with the media to prevent violence against women, September 2009

Improved participant’s capacity to engage with the media. Featuring insights from Jane Ashton (Women’s Domestic Violence Crisis Service) on the Media Advocacy Project. Followed by practical activities led by Antony Balmain, VicHealth’s Media and Public Advocacy Coordinator. Download September meeting notes (PDF 152kb)

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Primary Prevention and Crisis Responses

The relationship between primary and tertiary responses to violence against women is an issue that seems to crop up in community sector circles on a regular basis. Preventing violence against women before it occurs is a mammoth task. It’s going to take all of us, working in partnership to create the change that’s needed. That being said, how do we understand the intersections between primary prevention, secondary intervention and tertiary responses to violence against women?

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Advancing the field: best practice in schools-based violence prevention

Here is a recording of Michael Flood’s keynote speech at the Partners in Prevention annual forum for 2009 – Working with secondary schools to prevent violence against women.

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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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