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Webinar invitation: Better practices for using technologies safely and effectively with young people


The Young and Well CRC, in partnership with the NSW Centre for the Advancement of Adolescent Health and Prometheus Research Group at the University of Sydney, invites you to an educational webinar that will help you better engage with young people in your practice through new technologies.

The webinar will be held from 2.00pm to 3.00pm on Thursday, 28 March 2013, and will feature special presentations from the authors and others involved in the development of the guide.

Register your attendance here or learn more about the project at youngandwellcrc.org.au

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Young Children – A Caring Approach DVD – Bernie Geary Presentation


Trauma and young children – a caring approach
are delighted to announce that Bernie Geary OAM Commissioner for Children and Young People will deliver a Keynote Presentation and launch Young Children – a caring approach DVD.

on Wednesday 20th March 2013
in Wangaratta and Wodonga.

See link below for further details and registration.

http://www.vision6.com.au/em/mail/view.php?id=1012812&a=36927&k=2ceaa9c

 

 

 

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Respectful connections – hip hop track


Maribyrnong City Council’s Phoenix Youth Services hosted the launch of Respectful Connections – the group (Raw Elements) used the medium of hip hop to write and produce a song that has strong messages representing the views of these young men, that violence against women is not ok in our community Listen and watch here.

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You, Me and Us – Women’s Health West


You, Me and Us is a respectful relationships education program that engages young women from Melbourne’s west as peer educators to co-deliver sessions to young people aged 10 to 13 years old and 18 to 24 years old. WHW is looking to recruit women aged 18-24 years old from a culturally diverse background in Melbourne’s west as peer educators. Click here to find out more about becoming a peer educator or to book to book respectful relationship sessions for your school, uni or TAFE, sporting club or youth organisation.

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Three new resources


  • Schools Safe 4 Girls: This End Violence Against Women Coalition’s (EVAW, UK) new campaign is calling for schools, parents, students and the UK government to work together to ensure that girls are safe and that work is done to tackle harmful attitudes. Visit the website for more resources and information on getting involved.
  • The Center for Women’s Global Leadership 16 Days Take Action Kit, 2012: Several of the Take Action Kit documents are available in a range of languages (French, Spanish and Greek), and the Theme Announcement is available in 38 languages.  If you are interested in volunteering to translate any of the Take Action Kit documents into another language, please contact the makers at: 16days@cwgl.rutgers.edu<mailto:16days@cwgl.rutgers.edu.
  • The Pixel Project presents 16 songs about or related to violence against women and women’s empowerment in recognition of the power of music to educate, enlighten and help with social change. You might like to use these in your upcoming events.

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Connecting schools with programs


As PiP Coordinator I am regularly contacted by schools wanting to initiate some form of respectful relationships education (RRE) whether it be a ‘one off’ session or a more comprehensive long-term program. Schools are often unaware of the programs in their region or of the variety of RRE programs on offer. In order to better connect schools with RRE programs PiP is undertaking work to create an online map of  RRE programs across Victoria including basic information about these programs. To ensure that your program is included in the mapping process please complete this survey . We will re-distribute this information via the next PiP bulletin as well and you can contact me (awebster@dvrcv.org.au) with any queries about the project.

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Introducing 16 Songs for 16 Days


This project was developed as a means of engaging young people who were accessing housing support services around the issues of violence against women.  This engagement was undertaken through group work with young people and culminated in the production of a hip hop CD, containing messages against violence and promoting respectful relationships.  For more information about  the project go to www.casahouse.com.au and follow the link to 16 Songs for 16 Days.

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AWAVA Roadshow


The Australian Women Against Violence Alliance (AWAVA) is delivering five FREE community engagement events in remote and regional parts of Australia to help support and promote the National Plan to Reduce Violence Against Women and their Children.  The aim of these events is to provide an opportunity to share ideas with others in your community and consider options for violence prevention activities. This will be done with a view to identifying realistic steps that can be taken by local communities, to help reduce violence against women and their children.

Details about the times and venues are being added to the AWAVA website as they become confirmed.  All registrants will be provided with confirmed details prior to the events.

AWAVA Roadshow flyer with dates

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About PiP

Partners in Prevention is a capacity building project in Victoria, Australia. PiP targets workers engaging young people in the primary prevention of violence against women.

The Partners in Prevention project is funded by the Victorian Government and auspiced by the Domestic Violence Resource Centre Victoria. Victorian Government and DVRCV logos