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17 August 2020

No to Violence welcomes much needed funding to work with perpetrators of family violence and to keep victims safe

No to Violence welcomes today’s announcement from the Victorian Government of $20.41 million funding for services that work with directly with perpetrators of family violence. No to Violence is the operator of the Men’s Referral Service which has seen an 11 per cent increase in call volumes in the last four weeks.

29 July 2020

Employees who use Domestic and Family Violence: A workplace response

No to Violence, in collaboration with Our Watch, Rape and Domestic Violence Services Australia, Australia’s CEO Challenge, and UNSW Gendered Violence Research Network, officially launched Employees who use Domestic and Family Violence – A workplace response.

6 July 2020

Long waitlists for Men’s Behaviour Change Programs, survey shows

Men who use family violence are waiting up to 40 weeks to enter programs aimed at changing violence and abusive behaviour, according to a recent survey of providers of Men’s Behaviour Change Programs.

24 June 2020

No to Violence welcomes White Ribbon Australia’s relaunch

No to Violence congratulates White Ribbon Australia on their re-launch and the appointment for new Executive Director, Brad Chilcott. White Ribbon Australia has relaunched with a renewed focus on community and committing its resources, advocacy, and activities to bring meaningful change in the elimination of gendered violence in Australia.

27 May 2020

No to Violence welcomes today’s tabling of the Victorian Auditor-General’s Office (VAGO) report on the management of Support and Safety Hubs and is committed to working with the Victorian Government to further refine the future implementation of the Orange Doors to keep women and children safe.

26 May 2020

No To Violence has welcomed the NSW Government’s $21 million announcement to boost the family violence sector. This includes $3 million for organisations that work with men who use violence.

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