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25 July 2019
NTV submission to Royal Commission into Mental Health System
No to Violence has drawn on consultations with our members and stakeholders across the family violence, justice and mental health systems to help inform our recent submission to the Royal Commission into...

18 July 2019
No to Violence statement on Fiona Warzywoda Coroner’s investigation
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...

18 July 2019
Working with Men who use Family Violence in Aboriginal Communities
The Strong Aboriginal Men’s Program (SAM) and Family Violence organisations invite you to a forum at Lake Burrendong NSW, Thursday 22 – Friday 23 August 2019. This forum will provide an opportunity...

11 July 2019
MARAM Training for July and August
MARAM Training for July and August is now available for registration for specialist services. Family Violence Multi-Agency Risk Assessment and Management Framework (MARAM) training There are five...

27 May 2019
MEDIA STATEMENT: No to Violence welcomes $85 million to change men’s behaviour
No to Violence has welcomed the Victorian State Government’s investment of $185 million to address family violence. No to Violence Chief Executive Officer Jacqui Watt said she was pleased to see $85...

20 May 2019
MEDIA RELEASE: No to Violence statement on the Federal Election result
No to Violence is looking forward to working with the re-elected Coalition Government to end men’s family violence. No to Violence Chief Executive Officer Jacqui Watt said: “We congratulate the...

1 May 2019
MARAM Update
Multi Agency Risk Assessment Management (MARAM) Practice Guidelines for working with victim survivors are set to be released in July 2019, with final edits from sector feedback being incorporated. NTV...

18 April 2019
No to Violence statement on Borce Ristevski sentence
No to Violence Chief Executive Officer Jacqui Watt said: “Family violence cannot end until the men who use family violence change the actions they take in harming women and their beliefs, attitudes,...

9 April 2019
MEDIA RELEASE: Couples counselling is not the answer to stopping family violence
No to Violence, the peak body representing individuals and organisations working with men who use family violence is deeply concerned about the significant risk that new Specialised Family Violence Services...

27 March 2019
We will continue to work with the recently re-elected NSW Liberal Party to end men’s family violence in NSW
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...