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  • Farewell to 2019 and stay safe
    As we bid farewell to 2019, No to Violence is celebrating a year of growth, new partnerships and expanded reach. We want to thank our members, supporters and team and...
  • A heart-wrenching start to a new decade
    Our sector started the year shell-shocked from the ferocity of the bushfires and devastated about the impact on people and the natural environment. We recently wrote about how stressful events, like bushfires,...
  • Welcome, Australia Award recipients
    No to Violence had the pleasure of welcoming Australia Awards Papua New Guinea recipients into our offices this week as part of an initiative coordinated by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT).   The...
  • From the CEO, Jacqui Watt
    Many of you no doubt will be reeling from the recent murder of Hannah Clarke and her family in Brisbane. I share the feelings of loss and sadness and anger...
  • Shaping Australia’s family law courts
    No to Violence welcomed the opportunity to provide comment to the Joint Select Committee on Australia’s Law System. The Family Advocacy and Support Service (FASS) provides a proactive response to...
  • Enhanced Pathways to Family Violence Work Project
    Family Safety Victoria’s Enhanced Pathways to Family Violence Work Project aims to boost current staff supply and build a sustainable pipeline for the future of the sector. The project offers clear pathways into the sector for students and workers with transferrable...
  • Hard Work and Hope: Gaining Perspective on Engaging with Men
    Why there’s hope for a safer world for women. By Phil Barker A few weeks ago, I went to a wedding. We spent a wonderful weekend celebrating by a lake...
  • Active Bystander Training
    Let’s start having everyday conversations to challenge the gendered drivers of men’s family violence. This 3 hour workshop is suitable for members of the general public interested in making a...
  • 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...
  • No to Violence State Budget Submission 2019-2020
    As we move into the next phase of the Royal Commission into Family Violence reforms, No to Violence’s State Budget Submission 2019-2020 outlines a vision to continue our shared effort...
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