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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. 

Men’s Referral Service

The Men’s Referral Service is the national counselling, information and referral service for men who use violence and abuse to change their behaviour.

Sector resources & training

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

Advocacy & media

Read about our advocacy and peak body activities, including work in the media.

About family violence

Family violence is a pattern of abusive and controlling behaviour that can take many different forms.

About No to Violence

No to Violence specialises in working with men to change their violent behaviour to keep women, children and communities safer.

Men’s Behaviour Change programs

Men’s Behaviour Change Program providers are available to take your calls, offer a service and link you with other agencies depending on your individual circumstances.

Work with us

If you are interested in being part of the movement to end men’s use of family violence, please keep an eye on this page for opportunities.


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We are excited to announce that there are still a handful of online tickets available for an exclusive opportunity to engage with Jackson Katz, Ph.D., a leading international thought leader in the global movement to prevent gendered violence. No to Violence is thrilled to have the opportunity to collaborate with a range of valued partners to host Jackson Katz in Melbourne next week to engage with the audience about this national crisis. 📅 Date: Wednesday 29 May 2024 🕒 Time: 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM (UTC+10) Jackson Katz is an educator, author, and scholar-activist who has been a pivotal figure in promoting gender equity and preventing gender-based violence. As the co-founder of the Mentors in Violence Prevention (MVP) program, he has significantly influenced educational strategies around the world. At this event, Jackson will discuss the importance of reframing gender-based violence as a men’s issue to change our collective approach and responses to family and domestic violence. This is a rare chance to hear directly from Jackson and participate in a facilitated Q&A session. Don't miss this unique chance to be part of a conversation that can drive real change. 📝 Register your attendance today to secure your spot! It closes today. 👉 Admission is free ... See MoreSee Less
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