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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. 

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Support for men who use violence and abuse.

Better than this

Our current campaign of printable outreach resources.

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

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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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4 days ago

No to Violence
Are you a men’s behaviour change group facilitator? We want to talk to you about technology-facilitated abuse – and the challenges you may face in addressing it when working with men. No to Violence is undertaking a research project on technology-facilitated abuse with Monash Gender and Family Violence Centre. Participants will be required to take part in a 30–60-minute interview.If you are interested in participating or have any questions, please contact Bridget Harris at learn more about this project, visit 👉 ... See MoreSee Less
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6 days ago

No to Violence
#TrainingTuesday // The Five Essential Discussion Tools This course is for experienced practitioners who work directly with men using family violence (1:1, group work or case management) in specialist family violence, AOD, mental health and child protection sectors. It is designed to refresh and upskill practitioners in de-escalation techniques to reduce harm. The Five Essential Tools are drawn from the experience of specialist work in MBCPs and have been packaged in a way that assists in engaging men in meaningful conversations. The tools include specialist engagement and holding strategies specific to working with men using family violence, and uniquely applies these tools to face to face, telephone and online responses.The Five Essential Discussion Tools training courses are delivered weekly. For more information and to register for this fully funded course 👉 ... See MoreSee Less
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