25 February 2020
“I want help because I don’t want to be THAT man.” That’s the message coming through to No To Violence (NTV), a peak body that helps to end men’s use of family violence.
In the aftermath of the devastation caused by the horrendous actions of Rowan Baxter last week, specialist family violence counselling service Men’s Referral Service (part of No To Violence) has seen more than a 25% boost in calls and high numbers of callers are citing the case as a motivating factor in their calls. No To Violence is welcoming these calls.
09 October 2019
No to Violence joins partner organisations, including the Accountability Matters Project, Jesuit Social Services (The Men’s Project), Male Champions of Change, No To Violence and Stopping Family Violence in a commitment to continued engagement with men.
No to Violence is delighted to announce Phil Barker, author of The Revolution of Man as an NTV advocate.
The Federal Government’s Fourth Action Plan on family violence risks failing the women and children it aims to protect due to the apparent lack of funding to strengthen and expand the programs and interventions for men who use family violence, according to the nation’s peak body for organisations and individuals working to end men’s family violence.
No to Violence (NTV) welcomes Coroner Audrey Jamieson’s findings into the death of Fiona Warzywoda and will work with Victoria Police to review procedures and change processes to ensure the maximum protection for victims of family violence.
No to Violence has welcomed the Victorian State Government’s investment of $185 million to address family violence.
20 May 2019
No to Violence is looking forward to working with the re-elected Coalition Government to end men’s family violence.
27 March 2019
No to Violence is committed to working with the returned Berejiklian Government and the soon to be announced, new Minister for the Prevention of Family Violence to prevent and respond to men’s violence in NSW.
21 March 2019
The Centre for Excellence in Child and Family Welfare, No to Violence, and Domestic Violence Victoria – the statewide peak bodies for integrated family services, specialist family violence services for perpetrators and specialist family violence services for victim-survivors – welcome the Family Violence Reform Implementation Monitor’s second annual report released today.
5 March 2019
Today’s $328 million investment from the Morrison Government shows the beginnings of the commitment and leadership needed by our national leaders if we are to truly end men’s violence in Australia.
16 January 2019
No to Violence, whose members work with men who use domestic and family violence every day, will lead a regional listening tour in ‘hot spots’ across New South Wales.
19 December 2018
Family violence experts are calling on the media to report on incidents responsibly.
26 November 2018
On 24 November, the Victorian community voted for the Andrews’ Labor Government to lead Victoria. We call on the incoming Andrews’ Labor Government to commit to their announcement to ending family violence during their term.
29 October 2018
No to Violence undertook a grass-roots listening tour in areas of family violence high incidence across Victoria in September and October 2018.
17 October 2018
On 17 October, the Victorian Liberal Party announced mandatory sentencing for men who use family violence.
18 September 2018
On Sunday 16 September, Opposition Leader Matthew Guy publicly announced that the Victorian Coalition would support Police Commissioner Graham Ashton’s call for Victoria Police to issue on-the-spot intervention orders.
13 August 2018
Parramatta residents will be raising funds to end family violence at a charity screening of Jimmy Barnes’ highly anticipated film, Working Class Boy.
13 August 2018
Geelong residents will be raising funds to end family violence at a charity screening of Jimmy Barnes’ highly anticipated film, Working Class Boy.
3 August 2018
Over the past week, Australia has yet again had to bear witness to a litany of family violence homicides occurring at disproportionate rates.
19 June 2018
On 19 June, 2018 the NSW Liberal State Government handed down a measured budget (2018/19) forecast with $390m allocated over four years to provide greater protection for women, children and men experiencing family violence.
10 May 2018
On 10 May 2018, the Family Violence Reform Implementation Monitor launched its first independent report on the implementation of the Victorian Government’s landmark Royal Commission into Family Violence (RCFV) recommendations.
8 May 2018
On 8 May 2018, the Federal Turnbull Government handed down their 2018/19 budget. Disappointingly, we have not seen a greater commitment from the Federal Government in relation to ongoing systemic, financial investment for national family violence reform.
1 May 2018
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.
29 March 2018
Many believe that if they saw a man aggressively behaving toward his partner and children that they’d intervene.
15 March, 2018
One of the most unsafe places for Tasmanian women is their own home.
14 February, 2018
Family violence touches the lives of many, and ripples through our communities. In a bid to act on this, during February and March No to Violence wants men to stop, reflect and ask themselves, is my behaviour causing problems for my relationships?
29 December, 2017
While many Australian families are enjoying the time off over the summer holidays, for some families it is anything but a time for bonding and celebration.
24 November, 2017
Violence against women and children is pervasive, constant and a men’s issue.
20 June, 2017
The New South Wales Government Budget has delivered an underwhelming budget for addressing the most significant cause of family violence in its state – men’s violent behaviour.
9 May, 2017
Malcolm Turnbull stood next to Rosie Batty and described family violence as a “national disgrace.” Police reports tell us these rates are rising, not falling.
2 May, 2017
The new funding announcements will give the men’s family violence sector adequate resources.
24 April, 2017
The Federal government will reverse funding cuts to Community Legal Centres Australia-wide.
8 March, 2017
The Andrews Labor Government introduced the Family Violence Protection Amendment Bill 2017.
8 March, 2017
On International Women’s Day, No To Violence incorporating the Men’s Referral Service (NTV/MRS) celebrates over 23 years of working with men to protect the safety of women and children who experience family violence.