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No to Violence works with men who use family violence, and the sector that supports them to change their abusive and violent behaviour. 

Get help

Support for men who use violence and abuse.

Better than this

Our current campaign of printable outreach resources.

Sector resources & training

Support and resources for people who work with men who use violence.

Advocacy & media

No to Violence advocacy and peak body activities.

About family violence

Information about the causes and responses to family violence.

About No to Violence

Information about who we are and what we do.

Growth and partnerships

Working with organisations across Australia to support them to respond to family violence across their workforces, customers and clients.


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From the Blog

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9 hours ago

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TOMORROW: Last chance to register for the two-day online 'Working with Men to End Family Violence' conference, chaired by No to Violence's CEO Jacqui Watt. Register now: more: to Violence's Chief Executive Officer Jacqui Watt will chair the two-day online 'Working with Men to End Family Violence' conference and deliver a keynote speech 'Leading the change to break the cycle of gender-based violence.Delivered by The Hatchery (Hub), attendees will gain in-depth insight into current and emerging men’s behaviour change interventions and unpack how we engage men who use violence in evidence-based programs to reduce risk and bring about lasting change.Download the conference brochure -----> the conversation with senior leaders and practitioners from across Australia including with No to Violence's Head of Sector Development Lizette Twisleton who will join a panel discussion on Coercive control & systemic reform, as we drive change in the way we work with men who use violence. Register now: ... See MoreSee Less
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10 hours ago

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#TrainingTuesday // Interested in working with men who use violence but don't know where to start?Our 'Introduction to working with men using family violence' training equips you with the fundamental skills required to engage in collaborative conversations with men around their use of violence and abuse.Learn the ways in which men’s family violence is defined and understood and develop confidence in engaging men. Practical skills such as how to frame questions and invite reflection upon abusive behaviours are explored in this training. The next course is on September the 29th and 30th.Sign up here: ... See MoreSee Less
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