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No to Violence Conference 2024 will return to Melbourne in September

16 April 2024

‘Leading Radical Change: A Call to Action to End Men’s Family Violence’ aims to drive the radical change needed to make a genuine difference in our collective efforts to end men’s use of family...

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Five Essential Discussion Tools Training: free training to support practitioners working with men who use family violence 

15 April 2024

The Five Essential Discussion Tools support those working men who have used family violence to help them understand their emotions and how they are linked to their violent behaviours.   The...

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We call for funding boost to NSW men’s behaviour change programs to help keep women and children safe 

20 March 2024

The crisis continues. At least 63 women were killed by violence in Australia last year, and already this year a further 16 women have lost their lives.  In NSW, domestic and family violence has claimed...

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NTV statement on the war in Gaza 

28 February 2024

As an organisation that exists to keep women, children, and families safe from harm, No to Violence joins the call for an immediate and permanent ceasefire in Gaza.   We condemn all war and the horrific...

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Ending the epidemic of family violence comes down to men taking responsibility for their actions and attitudes

12 February 2024

In a speech last Wednesday at the UN Women’s annual breakfast Prime Minister Anthony Albanese put the onus on men to ‘step up’ to address the domestic and family violence crisis gripping this country....

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No to Violence calls for targeted and sustainable Commonwealth funding to address the national family violence crisis

2 February 2024

In our recent submission to the 2024-25 Commonwealth Budget, NTV highlighted the need for ongoing funding to build a coordinated national response to stop men using family violence and keep women, children...

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Survival Day Statement: January 26 2024

24 January 2024

This period around January 26 is a really difficult time for many people in this country. No to Violence would like to acknowledge the trauma many in the community are experiencing right now as some people...

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Relationship between gambling and family violence recognised 

7 December 2023

The Public Accounts and Estimate Committee (PAEC) report, Gambling and liquor regulation in Victoria: a follow up of three Auditor-General reports has recognised the importance of addressing the link between...

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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...

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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’...

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