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.
WHO report launched on 20 June highlights violence against women as a ‘global health problem of epidemic proportions’. Physical or sexual violence is a public health problem that affects more than one third of all women globally. The report, ‘Global and regional estimates of violence against women: Prevalence and health effects of intimate partner violence … Continue reading Global and regional estimates of violence against women: Prevalence and health effects of intimate partner violence and non-partner sexual violence
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
The partnerships analysis tool Tool // Checklist Victorian Health Foundation
Respect, Responsibility and Equality: Working together against violence Sharing the evidence: Preventing violence against women Women’s Health Victoria & Victorian Health Foundation
Promoting Peace in Families Partnership Project: Final Evaluation Report Phase II Borderlands Cooperative Team Mish Colla & Jacques Boulet, City of Casey and Partner Faith Communities
Fact Sheet 1: Creating Effective Partnerships to Prevent Violence GLOVE , University of Melbourne
Listening to the stars: The constellation model of collaborative social change There has been much talk about social sector partnerships and networks. Tonya Surman and Mark Surman explain how the ‘constellation model’, developed for the Canadian Partnership for Children’s Health and the Environment, offers an innovative approach to organising such collaborative efforts.
Guiding Integrated Family Violence Service Reform 2006-2009 Department of Human Services
Darebin Family Violence Working Group Background Paper Darebin City Council