We engage with women, communities, service providers and government to promote and enhance the health and wellbeing of women across the Gippsland area
Gippsland Prevention of Men's Violence against Women Strategy
Have you heard about our new campaign?
Make The Link - Gender Equality is the Key to preventing men's violence against women.
Our campaign encourages people to make the link between gender inequality, sexist jokes, traditional gender roles and how it is linked to and helps to allow men's violence against women to continue. We hope that we can encourage people in community and workplaces to question these everyday things that support violence against women.
Have you made the link?
Visit www.makethelink.org.au or follow us to on social media to learn more.
Check out our new Make the Link Posters
We all have a role to play in ending violence.
Australia now has a nation framework for a integrated approach to preventing violence against women and thier children. The Framework makes clear that gender inequality is the core of the problem and it is the heart of the solution.
Challenge attitudes, behaviours and social norms that underpin and create violence against women and their children.
Hosting a discussion based, dynamic and interactive training session within your club, workplace or community setting? Read more
Get involved - join a Leadership Network near you Read more
16 days of Activism
25 November to 10 December - from the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women to Human Rights Day, the 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence Campaign is a time to galvanize action to end violence against women and girls around the world.
along with a list of Gippsland events.
The Prevention of Men's Violence against Women and Children Strategy across Gippsland. Read more here
This project is funded under the Reducing Violence against Women and their Children grants program, part of the Victorian Government’s Community Crime Prevention Program – local solutions for local crime prevention issues.
PVAW Contact Us
Contact Prevention of Men's Violence against Women Unit