This 10 Year Plan was recommended by the Royal Commission and details the outcomes of the Government’s family violence reforms and the initial targets by which the plan’s progress will be measured.
Everyone Wins is a toolkit that provides practical tools and resources to help community sports clubs become more inclusive and welcoming of everyone in their community.
The paper builds on previous Parliamentary Library publications and provides an overview of research on the prevalence of domestic, family and sexual violence and the economic cost of violence against women.
https://www.wgea.gov.au/sites/default/files/2014-03-04_PP_different_genders_different_lives.pdf – Workplace Gender Equality Agency, Australian Government, 2014 This paper provides a snapshot of the ways in which gender bias and gender inequality affects women and men throughout their lives.
Title: Women in Melbourne’s west: Sex-disaggregated data and gender analysis for service and program planning Author: Women’s Health West Date of Publication: 2013 This report provides a regional social profile of the health and wellbeing issues for women in the western region. It includes sex-disaggregated data from a variety of sources (including the recent 2011 ABS … Continue reading Women in Melbourne’s West: Sex disaggregated data and gender analysis for service and program planning
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 use of language might contribute to the problem of men’s abuse of women. Reflect on … Continue reading Twenty things that men can do to challenge sexism and men’s violence against women
‘The standard you walk past,’ says Chief of Army Lt Gen David Morrison, ‘is the standard you accept.’ This article from Eureka Street, ‘Disrupting Sexism‘ is a great example of weaving preventing violence against women messages from Knox City Council into a highly topical story, i.e. linking it to the Chief of Army responses to … Continue reading Disrupting Sexism
The resource package is designed to build the capacity for local governments to consider gender equity in their planning, policy and service delivery. These have been developed through a collaborative partnership of local governments, women’s health organisations as well as the Municipal Association of Victoria, VicHealth and the Office of Women’s Affairs. Local government
Violence Prevention Plan Summary City of Greater Bendigo
Ten ways local government can advance gender equity Gender equity in local government partnership