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Opening statement to hearing for inquiry into domestic, family and sexual violence.

16 October 2020

16 October 2020 [Check against delivery] No to Violence thanks the committee for inviting No to Violence to appear today. We note that there has seldom been conversation around the people who...

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Gap of knowledge in our judiciary – an ANROWS report

30 June 2020

ANROWS has released research which identifies key gaps in our judiciaries’ knowledge of DFV intervention programs. The paper also provides recommendations to address the divide. Australia's judiciary...

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New research commissioned by NTV

30 June 2020

No to Violence commissioned a survey by Stable Research to see how the physical restrictions and lock down were affecting men and whether they knew of available support.   The results, although...

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New research shows men do not know where to go to get support with violence

30 June 2020

No to Violence has recently commissioned a survey, which amongst other findings has shown that the majority of men would not know where to get support for their violence. Other major findings include...

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New UN report on gender-based violence, female genital mutilation and child marriage

30 June 2020

A recent report United Nations Women found that 31 million additional global gender-based violence cases can be expected if COVID-19’s social-distancing efforts are maintained for six more months. It...

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NTV Remote Working Toolkit

30 June 2020

This COVID-19 responsive training is fully funded by the Commonwealth Government to provide national training to practitioners and counsellors working directly with men using family violence. With a focus...

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Parliamentary Inquiry into Domestic Violence

30 June 2020

On 31 May 2020, the Commonwealth Minister for Families and Social Services and Minister for Women released the terms of reference for a new inquiry into domestic violence. No to Violence previously...

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Q&A with Camilo, Bendigo and District Aboriginal Cooperative

30 June 2020

What do you do for a living?  I create safe spaces for men (boys and adults) to be vulnerable in order to connect with their hearts as the pathway to strengthen and support themselves, their family...

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Safe from Violence launch

30 June 2020

Tasmania's Premier and Minister for the Prevention of Family Violence, Hon Peter Gutwein MP, launched Safe from Violence, a new online central point of information for family and sexual...

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Vicarious trauma during MBCPs

30 June 2020

The University of Newcastle is seeking subjective insights from Mens’ Behaviour Change Program practitioners which will include the possibility of vicarious exposure and trauma. Who can participate...

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