No to Violence calls for a Human Rights Act to help end male family violence in Australia
15 August 2023
No to Violence submission to Parliamentary Joint Committee on Human Rights focusses on the connection between human rights and ending men’s use of domestic and family violence. No to Violence recently...
Board statement: new CEO appointed
7 August 2023
The No to Violence Board is thrilled to announce Phillip Ripper as the organisation’s incoming CEO, commencing formally on Monday September 18. Phillip brings to No to Violence 19 years’...
NTV welcomes the AFL and the North Melbourne football club removing Barry Cable from their Halls of Fame
5 July 2023
Sporting codes, administrators, coaches and players all have a role to play in influencing attitudes in the broader community around masculinity and violence towards women. This decision (https://bit.ly/3NBpjqa)...
Sporting codes need to ‘step in and step up’ to stop violence against women
4 July 2023
No to Violence has called on sporting administrators to take a stand and condemn violent behaviour against women. Read the full media release here.
What the 2023-24 Tasmanian Budget means for our sector
31 May 2023
Jacqui WattChief Executive OfficerNo to Violence The 2023-24 Tasmanian Budget was announced Thursday 25 May. It outlines Tasmanian Government spending for the forthcoming year. No to Violence...
What the 2023-24 Victorian Budget means for our sector
29 May 2023
Jacqui WattChief Executive OfficerNo to Violence The 2023-24 Victorian Budget was announced Tuesday 23 May. It outlines Victorian Government spending for the forthcoming year. No to...
LGBTQ Domestic Violence Awareness Day: ensuring everyone – no matter their sexuality or gender identity – can access the support they need to change their behaviour
25 May 2023
Gay, bi, trans and queer men need access to intimate partner and/or family violence support services – both as the victim-survivors and as the men who use violence. Up to 1 in 2 LGBTQ people...
What the 2023-24 Federal Budget means for our sector
17 May 2023
Jacqui WattChief Executive OfficerNo to Violence The 2023-24 Federal Budget was announced Tuesday 9 May. It outlines federal government spending for the forthcoming year. No to Violence welcomes...
No to Violence Board Statement – CEO Resignation
3 May 2023
After guiding our organisation through a significant period in its history, No to Violence CEO Jacqui Watt has decided to step down later this year. Over her eight years as CEO, Jacqui has made an...
NSW Election Tour Report 2023
18 April 2023
No to Violence has released its NSW Election Tour Report 2023 and is urging the new NSW Government to urgently and sustainably fund services that work with men to end family violence. Ahead of the...