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By Lyn Walker, Executive Manager, VicHealth
By Jerril Rechter, VicHealth CEO
The media plays a key role in the way people understand social issues such as violence against women.
One in three Victorians have witnessed sexism and discrimination against women during the past year, but less than half said or did something to stop it, a new VicHealth research report shows.
This guide is one of ten outlining a range of evidence-informed actions that councils may consider when preparing their Municipal Public Health and Wellbeing Plans and other strategies.
An overview of the latest published research and approaches to the primary prevention of violence against women.
A review of literature concerning adult learning and violence prevention programs with men. Prepared by Dr Sue Dyson and Dr Michael Flood for the AFL Respect & Responsibility Program.
A suite of practical tools and how-to guides to prevent violence against women before it occurs.
A program of research that aims to improve our understanding of community and organisational capacity for bystander action to prevent violence against women in Victoria.
The Sharing the Evidence forum provided a showcase for five initiatives funded through the Respect, Responsibility and Equality program.
Review of bystander approaches in support of preventing violence against women
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