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8 December 2017
Position Statement: Fathering programs for men who use family violence
No to Violence (NTV) believes that fathering programs for men who use family violence have a key role to play in supporting men to fulfil their role as a non-abusive father and parent, to increase women...

28 November 2017
Real men? Not all men? How can we all work towards safer, happier relationships?
While the overwhelming majority of family violence consists of men using violence toward current or former heterosexual partners, it is common to hear disclaimers that the majority of men do not use violent...

23 November 2017
Immediate Release: No to Violence’s commitment to promoting men’s role in ending violence against women and children
No to Violence’s commitment to promoting men’s role in ending violence against women and children Violence against women and children is pervasive, constant and a men's issue. Sadly, most violence...

23 November 2017
We’ve refreshed our name and logo, but we’re still the same!
Recently at our AGM we launched our Annual Report, brand refresh and new strategic vision. To reflect our organisational growth across Australia, we’ve refreshed our name and branding. We’re now...

14 November 2017
Concerns about the misidentification of women as perpetrators of intimate partner violence
A quickly emerging area of practice is in the field of identifying primary aggressors in cases of Intimate Partner Violence (IPV). At NTV, we are piloting an assessment tool to enable our Telephone...

13 November 2017
Dardi Munwurro and Collingwood FC launch residential Aboriginal MBCP
​​​​Last Friday Dardi Munwurro launched their residential program for Aboriginal men using violence at the Collingwood Football Club training precinct. It was an incredible moment for our board...

9 November 2017
Interrupting Male Violence with Men who use Domestic and Family Violence
Authors:  Lizette Twisleton, Diane Coleman and Lyla Coorey This paper focuses on brief, safe and effective male family violence intervention (MFVI) practice for generalist Health...

5 November 2017
Hello Cass chatbot developed to help people experiencing domestic violence
The fear, shame and social stigma surrounding family violence and sexual assault contributes to up to 80 per cent of cases going unreported. But what if those affected could talk to a friendly chatbot,...

26 October 2017
Say No To Violence! Awareness Raising Breakfast: Victoria Against Violence
Say No To Violence! 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence is an international campaign challenging violence against women and children. The campaign runs every year from 25 November, the...

24 October 2017
Released: Report calls for sentencing reforms to increase accountability of family violence offenders
A report released by the Sentencing Advisory Council calls for a stronger response by Victoria’s courts and corrections systems to family violence offenders. The report recommends a range of reforms...