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Browse our library of resources and publications, developed by Safe and Equal in partnership with organisations from across the sector. This library is sorted by the date that the resource was added to the library.

Looking Back, Moving Forward

Looking Back, Moving Forward reflects upon the prevention sector’s transition to online working during COVID-19, and supports practitioners to embed these learnings into future work. 

Talking About Change

Talking About Change provides those working to promote gender equality with practical tips on how to navigate resistance in their work. 

Fast Facts on Family & Gender-Based Violence

The Fast Facts resource provides up-to-date data on family and gender-based violence in a format that is easy to use and accessible.

Achieving Generational Change Conference 2018 – On the ground with respectful relationships

On 29 May 2018, more than 200 primary prevention of violence against women and respectful relationships education practitioners gathered for DVRCV’s first prevention conference, Achieving Generational Change.

Unpacking the Gendered Drivers of Violence Against Women tip sheet series

These tip sheets have been designed to convey the complexity of what drives violence against women in an easy-to-understand resource.

Respectful Relationships in Victoria: Responding to Disclosures in Prevention Settings (2 of 2)

We know that primary prevention activities often increase the likelihood of people disclosing. These disclosures may be about their personal experience of violence, perpetration of violence or their family situation. It is important that prevention practitioners have the skills and understanding to respond effectively in these situations. This video is part of a series on Respectful Relationships in Victoria.

Respectful Relationships in Victoria: Responding to Disclosures in Prevention Settings (1 of 2)

We know that primary prevention activities often increase the likelihood of people disclosing. These disclosures may be about their personal experience of violence, perpetration of violence or their family situation. It is important that prevention practitioners have the skills and understanding to respond effectively in these situations. This video is part of a series on Respectful Relationships in Victoria.

Respectful Relationships in Victoria: Engaging with parents and the wider school community (2 of 2)

This video explores ways that schools and community organisations can engage with parents and the wider community to take an active role in embedding respectful relationships within their school. This video is part of a series on Respectful Relationships in Victoria.

Respectful Relationships in Victoria: Engaging with parents and the wider school community (1 of 2)

This video explores ways that schools and community organisations can engage with parents and the wider community to take an active role in embedding respectful relationships within their school. This video is part of a series on Respectful Relationships in Victoria.

Looking Back, Moving Forward

Looking Back, Moving Forward reflects upon the prevention sector’s transition to online working during COVID-19, and supports practitioners to embed these learnings into future work. 

Talking About Change

Talking About Change provides those working to promote gender equality with practical tips on how to navigate resistance in their work. 

Fast Facts on Family & Gender-Based Violence

The Fast Facts resource provides up-to-date data on family and gender-based violence in a format that is easy to use and accessible.

Achieving Generational Change Conference 2018 – On the ground with respectful relationships

On 29 May 2018, more than 200 primary prevention of violence against women and respectful relationships education practitioners gathered for DVRCV’s first prevention conference, Achieving Generational Change.

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