These tip sheets have been designed to convey the complexity of what drives violence against women in an easy-to-understand resource.
This series is a great accompaniment for primary prevention practitioners to use in any setting.
- Condoning of violence against women
- Men’s control of decision-making and limits to women’s independence in public and private life
- Rigid gender stereotyping and dominant forms of masculinity
- Male peer relations and cultures of masculinity that emphasise aggression, dominance and control
This tip sheet series provides:
- an understanding of each gendered driver
- examples of what each gendered driver can look like within different settings where people live, learn, work, socialise and play
- an understanding of actions that will help prevent violence against women.
Ideas on how you can use this resource
- Print and display the posters in your workplace – to request the print version of this resource, please email our Communications team.
- Use this resource to start conversations with colleagues and community groups about the drivers of violence against women.
- Share the tip sheets in your organisation’s newsletter.
- Use this resource in a range of activities when delivering prevention of violence against women training.