Welcome to No to Violence’s first member-focused email
30 June 2020
We thought this would be an excellent resource for No to Violence members to keep abreast of developments, breaking research and innovation, training and professional development and how we can all contribute...
Being a dad during COVID-19
26 June 2020
In this article, Greg Wilkinson reflects on what’s changed for him as a dad during COVID-19. Greg, and the fathers he knows, agree there’s been positive movements towards equal parenting, yet...
Arilla Circle by Kyalie Moore
2 June 2020
Kyalie Moore is a Wadjarri Yamatji woman from Carnarvon Western Australia. Kyalie has devoted her life and career to tackling domestic and family violence within Indigenous communities and discusses its...
COVID-19 outbreak: a letter from Chairman James McCarthy
26 May 2020
A personal letter from the Chairman of No to Violence looking to a strong future despite the current pandemic.Read more
Key sector updates
29 April 2020
ANROWS webinar Enhancing practice when working with men who use domestic and family violence and who come from refugee backgrounds 2pm Thursday 14 May. Register here Vacancy: Taskforce Alexis...
Scaling up for increased men’s family violence during COVID-19
7 April 2020
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...
What’s happening in the sector
2 April 2020
The COVID-19 outbreak has sparked immense collaboration across the sector. Please see below links with details of how to adapt during the crisis: 18-3-2020 Practice Bulletin No.1 Adapting practice 24-3-2020...
2 April 2020
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...
1 April 2020
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 this, the...
Responding to COVID-19: We’re still open for business
30 March 2020
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...