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  • Arts and crafts for Djirra
    This year the staff at No to Violence has taken a creative approach to celebrating International Women’s Day, with the theme ‘working in different ways toward shared goals’. We’re pooling...
  • How we’re helping our members
    With the current pandemic, sector workers are prohibited from delivering face-to-face counselling services including the critical Men’s Behaviour Change Programs. As a peak body, we felt a strong sense of...
  • Digital deliveries: our training update
    26-3-2020 The workforce development team has been working hard in response to an urgent need to move the Graduate Certificate in Case Management and Client Assessment students across to an...
  • COVID-19 update
    The Men’s Referral Service and No to Violence continue to operate to provide essential services to end men’s use of violence – a critical need in our society and even more vital after...
  • Responding to COVID-19: We’re still open for business
    On Monday 16 March 2020, in line with government recommendations, No to Violence implemented a work from home policy for the majority of its workforce. This was a decision taken to help flatten the curve and slow the...
  • COVID-19 update
    The Men’s Referral Service and No to Violence continue to operate to provide essential services to end men’s use of violence – a critical need in our society and even...
  • Showing resilience
    This is our third week in self-isolation to flatten the COVID-19 curve.   Thanks for your resilience and willingness to jump into a whole new way of working. Some of us do regular days...
  • Hanson hits where it hurts, but there’s always more hope
    By Phil Barker Social and community workers, counsellors, police, health workers, court and government officials, researchers, policy writers – everyone who works in the area of family violence – have...
  • NTV Blog: The revolution is coming … one conversation at a time
    by Phil Barker The battle to end men’s family violence sometimes feels impossible to win. At least one woman a week will be killed this year in Australia by her...
  • Scaling up for increased men’s family violence during COVID-19
    No to Violence, the peak body delivering safe and effective interventions for Australian men using family violence, expects a significant increase in calls to its Men’s Referral Service Helpline (1300...
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