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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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5 days ago

No to Violence
#TrainingTuesday // We believe that change is possible. Direct work with men using family violence should therefore include discussions on the future in a positive way.In a recent course, we explored the ‘Bricks of Accountability’ activity which is a fantastic visual tool to use when working with men using family violence. ‘Bricks of Accountability’ can effectively open conversations around the qualities that make a strong, equal and healthy relationship. We take pride in providing practical, easy-to-use activities in every workshop we deliver across Australia.Check out all our upcoming trainings on our new Q4 training calendar here: here to learn more and enrol in a course: ... See MoreSee Less
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6 days ago

No to Violence
THIS AFTERNOON: Join No to Violence's National Men's Family Violence Sector Drop-in on Consent at 1:00 PM AEST. Join via the link at the time of the Men's Family Violence Sector Drop-in: ConsentJoin No to Violence for an open respectful conversation on an important topic within the work we do with men who use family violence.The event will be held on Monday 11 October 2021, 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm AEST and hosted by No to Violence Head of Sector Development Lizette Twisleton. Attendees will hear from guest speaker, AASW registered Accredited Family Violence Social Worker Abbey Newman.Abbey has worked within the family violence sector for 16 years holding a range of roles including, working with victim/survivors and perpetrators. Her career has predominately been within the Justice system and has also included crisis, therapeutic, education, and men’s behaviour change services. Abbey is currently employed at Forensicare supporting their MARAM alignment and workforce capacity building and lectures at RMIT University (Social Work – Masters and Undergraduate) ‘Working with violence and abuse.’There will also be a panel discussion with panellists Stephen Booth (Relationships Australia Victoria), Danielle Allen (Western NSW Health) Dr Leticia Funston and Kyalie Moore (No to Violence). This virtual drop-in will be an opportunity to discuss what is happening across the sector regarding best practice and speak about what you and your organisation is seeing.Join via the ... See MoreSee Less
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