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9 October 2019
Engaging men in efforts to end violence against women remains critical
Australian men remain crucial partners in nationwide efforts to end violence against women and children, according to a network of organisations focused on engaging men in prevention, early intervention...

2 October 2019
Responding to family violence impacting country women
By Phil Barker There’s a wonderful stillness to country life simply because there are fewer people around than in the city. A car might pass now and then. You may or may not be able to see...

2 October 2019
See What You Made Me Do: Practitioner’s View
“Fifty-one per cent of Australians believe…that most women could leave a violent relationship if they really wanted to. Some...believe that if a woman hasn’t left, she must want to stay –...

24 September 2019
Hanson hits where it hurts, but there’s always more hope
By Phil Barker Social and community workers, counsellors, police, health workers, court and government officials, researchers, policy writers - everyone who works in the area of family violence...

19 September 2019
Dealing With the Denials: Exploring John Setka’s Refusal to Take Responsibility
By Jacqui Watt NTV has spent 25 years working with men. At NTV we seek to engage men respectfully on their journey of change.  We seek to do that holistically in a human way.  We believe this has the...

12 September 2019
NTV Blog: The revolution is coming … one conversation at a time
by Phil Barker The battle to end men’s family violence sometimes feels impossible to win. At least one woman a week will be killed this year in Australia by her partner or former partner. The...

5 September 2019
Pink and blue – a matter of life and death
Family violence and the act of “being a man” By Phil Barker In 1918, a sales pamphlet, posted to American subscribers, by retailer Earnshaw Infants’ Department, declared that: “The generally...

3 September 2019
FAQs – Graduate Certificate in Client Assessment and Case Management (MFV)
This page provides answers to frequently asked questions about the Graduate Certificate in Client Assessment and Case Management, provided by Swinburne University of Technology (RTO Code 3059). Who is...

30 August 2019
On Father’s Day, say no to violence and yes to love
A father’s reflection on masculinity, fatherhood and family violence By Phil Barker On Father’s Day this weekend, my daughter will pick me up in her car, drive me to the local pub, buy me a...

22 August 2019
Hard Work and Hope: Gaining Perspective on Engaging with Men
Why there's hope for a safer world for women. By Phil Barker A few weeks ago, I went to a wedding. We spent a wonderful weekend celebrating by a lake among the rolling, golden brown hills of the NSW...