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ANROWS National Research Conference on Violence Against Women
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No to Violence

No to Violence

National

About No to Violence

No to Violence specialises in effective, evidence-informed engagement with men and its primary concern is the safety and wellbeing of women and children.

At No to Violence we have successfully worked to develop safe and effective interventions for men using domestic and family violence for 25 years.

We’re the largest peak body in Australia for organisations and individuals who work with men to end family violence. Our team works for members and our community through:

Advocacy
No to Violence works across our members, colleagues, the family violence sector and governments to develop and advocate for best practice policy in stopping men’s use of family violence. Our research and policy team is committed to positively effecting change in our community.

Training
No to Violence is a provider of training and professional development for the men’s family violence sector, as well as working with other organisations to embed support that enables men to stop violence and abusive behaviour. This has been built over 20 years working in partnership with Swinburne University, having launched the Graduate Certificate in Social Science (Male Family Violence) in 1999.

Sector development
No to Violence works closely with our members and across the national sector to establish best practice for everyone who works with men who use violence. A strong sector is essential for ending men’s use of family violence, and by leveraging and elevating the voices of our membership we strengthen the sector.

Men’s Referral Service
A men’s family violence telephone counselling, information and referral service operating around the country is the central point of contact for men taking responsibility for their violent behaviour.