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Men as Allies in Preventing Violence: Principles and Practices for Promoting Accountability

White Ribbon Research Series Bob Pease and commentary by Ann Carrington March 2017 This paper explores the implications of the increasing role of men in violence prevention work for the women’s services sector. There are many different ways for men … Continue reading

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Start a Conversation – online resource

2016 Australian Government – a joint Australian, state and territory initiative This online resource provides  parents, family members, teachers, coaches, community leaders and employers with tools to support conversations with young people about respectful relationships and respect for women. Resources … Continue reading

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Shared understandings: Women’s Health West’s guide to health promotion and gender equity

Women’s Health West, 2014 This guide to gender equity and health promotion provides clear and consistent language in key definitions, conceptual frameworks and supporting data relating to gender equity, upstream health promotion and the social determinants of health. Its purpose … Continue reading

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Work with men to end violence against women: a critical stocktake

Michael Flood, 2015 Flood Work with Men to end Violence Against Women CHS 2015 This paper provides a critical assessment of efforts to involve men in the prevention of men’s violence against women.  

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Gender, Age and the Perceived Causes, Nature and Extent of Domestic and Dating Violence in Australian Society

Cale, J. and Breckenridge, J. (2015) Gender, Age and the Perceived Causes, Nature and Extent of Domestic and Dating Violence in Australian Society, Gendered Violence Research Network, UNSW Australia. This study examined the perceptions and attitudes of young Australian adults … Continue reading

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Groups and communities at risk of domestic violence

Australian Institute of Family Studies, 2015 The Australian Institute of Family Studies has produced this report which reviews and evaluates domestic and family violence prevention and early intervention services/projects, focusing on particularly at-risk groups and communities.    

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The Preventing Violence Against Women Lancet Series

The Lancet, 21 November 2014 In November 2014, The Lancet published a series of papers on violence against women and how to prevent it. The series included papers on a variety of key topics, including: Prevention of violence against women and girls … Continue reading

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Australians’ attitudes to violence against women

http://www.vichealth.vic.gov.au/Publications/Freedom-from-violence/2013-National-Community-Attitudes-towards-Violence-Against-Women-Survey.aspx – VicHealth, 2014 The findings from the 2013 National Community Attitudes Towards Violence Against Women Survey (NCAS) tell us that we have been able to challenge a culture that allows violence against women to occur. There have been sustained … Continue reading

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The Global Gender Gap Report 2013

The Global Gender Gap Index measures the relative gaps between women and men, across a large set of countries and across the four key areas of health, education, economy and politics. In 2012 Australia was ranked 25th, in 2013 Australia … Continue reading

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Twenty things that men can do to challenge sexism and men’s violence against women

Read women’s writing and feminist theory. Become more aware of your male privilege and how it is manifested. Become more aware of other sources of privilege, if you are white, heterosexual and professional. Think about how your own attitudes and … Continue reading

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