Posters, booklets and videos

DVRCV has developed a range of resources that you can use to help you in your work to prevent violence against women.

Prevention of violence against women resources

Approaches to addressing violence against women *NEW*

Work to address violence against women fits into three broad approaches or categories that exist along a continuum: primary prevention, secondary prevention (early intervention) and tertiary prevention (response). Using plain language and specific examples, this poster is designed to assist people to understand the three approaches to addressing violence against women and how they can situate their work across this continuum. Find out more.

Key Terms in the Prevention of Violence Against Women

This glossary will help you to understand and distinguish between some of the key phrases, acronyms and terms used in prevention of violence against women work. Read about the glossary

Know your A-Z – Preventing Violence Against Women

The DVRCV Know your A-Z resources offer 26 ways to help challenge harmful stereotypes, promote respect and prevent violence. Visit the DVRCV website to download the poster or sticker set

Unpacking Resistance video series

This video series explores the experience of resistance from the perspective of practitioners working in the sector. View the videos

Unpacking the Gendered Drivers of Violence Against Women Tip Sheets

These tip sheets have been designed to convey the complexity of what drives violence against women in an easy-to-understand resource. They are a great accompaniment for primary prevention practitioners to use in any setting. Get the tip sheets.

Resources for schools and early childhood

ABCDEquality: Students Act to Prevent Violence Against Women

This resource is an adaption of the original Know your A-Z tool and offers a different prevention action for every letter of the alphabet that is relevant and relatable for young people. Download the poster or purchase the sticket sheets

Building Respect and Equity Among Young Children Tip Sheet Series

This tip sheet series was co-developed by DVRCV and City of Melbourne to help all professionals who work with young children to promote respect and gender equity in their work. It covers seven topics, including taking a whole of service approach, supporting children’s sense of identity, intentional teaching, teaching for care, the importance of language, observing and documenting, and working with families. Download the tip sheet series

Key terms in respectful relationships

A handy glossary of terms used in respectful relationships education work in Victoria. Download or buy the glossary

Working with schools tip sheet series

This tip sheet series contains four topics: considerations for working with schools, supporting a whole school approach, establishing a partnership, and supporting parent engagement. It is intended to help the community sector support schools to plan and deliver evidence based respectful relationships work. Download the tip sheet series

A Whole School Approach to Respectful Relationships Education in Schools

A printable A4 poster covering the key aspects and information regarding a whole school approach to respectful relationships education. Download the poster

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