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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.

Respectful Relationships in Victoria: Setting the Scene

This video is part of a series on Respectful Relationships in Victoria.

Respectful Relationships in Victoria: Early Childhood

This video, live streamed on April 19, 2018, discusses Respectful Relationships in early childhood. This video is part of a series on Respectful Relationships in Victoria.

PiP Seminar: Supporting bystander action to prevent violence against women

In the context of preventing violence against women, bystander action refers to the action taken by a bystander to challenge behaviour, attitudes, norms, policies and structures that contribute to and perpetuate violence against women.

PiP Webinar – Prevention of Violence Against Women and Family Violence in Faith Settings

Recorded on 12 May 2020, this webinar was conducted for all people working to prevent violence against women and family violence. Faith communities and settings are an important environment where social beliefs and norms are shaped. These beliefs and norms have the potential to either promote violence or protect against it.

PiP Webinar – Supporting a whole school approach to respectful relationships education

Supporting a whole of school approach to respectful relationships. Recorded on Tuesday 23 June 2020.

PiP Webinar – LGBTIQ inclusive prevention in conversation with Rainbow Health Victoria

Recorded on May 27 2020, this webinar was conducted for all people working to prevent violence against women and family violence. LGBTIQ communities experience family and intimate partner violence at rates equal to or higher than non-LGBTIQ people. In conversation with Jackson Fairchild of Rainbow Health Victoria, this webinar explores the complexities that drive this violence.

PiP Seminar – Learning from change: Embedding effective evaluation into prevention practice

Held on 11 February 2020, this seminar provides an insight into the challenges that primary practitioners face in evaluating and monitoring their projects.

PiP Seminar – What about men? Engaging men and boys to prevent violence against women

Filmed in Melbourne on 12 March 2020, this seminar explored how to effectively frame our work to engage men and boys to prevent violence against women. A panel of experts, academics, on-the-ground prevention practitioners discussed how to manage and work through the barriers and challenges that restrict engagement with men and boys.

Know Your A-Z Poster

We all have a role to play in stopping violence against women. The Know your A-Z resources offer 26 ways everybody can help challenge harmful stereotypes, promote respect and prevent violence. You can download the free Know your A-Z poster and cards then print or share them online.


Affirmative Consent and Primary Prevention Practice Webinar

Affirmative Consent becomes law in Victoria in July 2023. Delivered in partnership with SAS Vic and YAC Vic, this webinar explores affirmative consent and how it complements existing prevention programs.

In Conversation: The State of Play in Workforce Development Webinar

This webinar explores the state of play for the primary prevention workforce, in Victoria and nationally, examining who it includes, the breadth and scope of activity being undertaken, and what’s needed to further develop and strengthen the workforce to meet its broader goals.

Intersectionality in Primary Prevention

‘Intersectionality in primary prevention’ builds on Safe and Equal’s commitment to intersectionality and aims to draw on existing knowledge and experience in applying an intersectional analysis and approach to the prevention of family and gender-based violence. 

How to Use Statistics in Primary Prevention

‘How to Use Statistics in Primary Prevention’ aims to support a greater understanding of the importance, uses and limitations of statistics within the context of primary prevention and family violence.  

Some of our online resources are also available in print.

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