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1 May 2018
MEDIA RELEASE: Victorian Labor State Government reinforce investment to end family violence
On 1 May 2018, the Victorian Labor State Government reinforced its investment in the 10-Year Industry Plan for Family Violence Prevention and Response, $5m over the course of one year. The Victorian...

30 April 2018
Book now! We now offer Bystander Intervention Training
Did you know that No to Violence now offer Bystander Intervention Training? Our 3 hour training covers: - Being able to identify disrespectful behaviour and interrupt safely - How to have difficult conversations...

6 April 2018
Latest e-news: April
Enjoy the latest news, updates and events from Australia's largest peak body representing the men's behaviour change sector. Find our latest April e-news here: No to Violence's April e-news.

3 April 2018
Victorian Government Media Release: Working With Perpetrators To Address Family Violence
The Andrews Labor Government is helping to protect families by keeping perpetrators of family violence accountable and in plain sight. Two years on from the findings of the Royal Commission into Family...

29 March 2018
New position advertised: Director of Practice and Learning
New, exciting full-time position based at our head office in Melbourne CBD Position Objective: The Director of Practice and Learning is responsible for overseeing of the quality of practice amongst...

29 March 2018
Media release: Men’s behaviour change campaign set to make waves across Victorian screens
Many believe that if they saw a man aggressively behaving toward his partner and children that they’d intervene. Often, this isn’t the case. One of the main reasons people are reluctant to intervene...

22 March 2018
Recently released: Minimum Standards
In 1993, No to Violence developed the Minimum Standards for Men’s Behaviour Change Programs (MBCPs) so that all programs reflected good practice and were safe and effective in working with men who used...

20 March 2018
Victorian Government Media Release: Furthering Behavioural Change To Keep Families Safe
The Andrews Labor Government is protecting victims of family violence by boosting programs that encourage perpetrators to change their attitudes and behaviour. Minister for Families and Children Jenny...

15 March 2018
Immediate release: National men’s behaviour change peak body drives awareness campaign across Tasmania
One of the most unsafe places for Tasmanian women is their own home. As the largest peak body in Australia representing the men’s behaviour change sector, in 2016 we extended our men’s family violence...

15 March 2018
New blog post: A day in the life of a men’s family violence worker in the family law courts
It’s 8am on a Wednesday and the floors of the Melbourne Federal Circuit Court are already filled with hurried footsteps and quiet pockets of conversation. With courts circling the corridors like gates...