Join us for 16 Days of Activism & Victoria Against Violence
Make the Link has created 16 messages again this year and will post one message each day from 25 November to 10 December. Please join us to share them widely on social media, and with your networks. Use them in your workplace and community setting.
Discover why women are the secret to your sport's survival - 30 November, Traralgon.
We are proud to support this great event with some fantastic local partner organisations. The focus of the forum is to empower local sporting clubs to implement and strengthen policies, practices and the promotion of women and gender equity in sport in Gippsland. Keynotes Sam Squiers, Kate Roffey and Jane Oakley.
Respectful Relationships in schools and early childhood education settings - tackling family violence.
The Government is investing $21.8 million over two years to roll out a holistic approach to Respectful Relationships across schools and early childhood services. This approach will support the delivery of respectful relationships education, through the new Victorian Curriculum across all year levels. Find out more
Your school can partner with a Leading School, drawing on their experience and expertise in Respectful Relationships. Successful Partner Schools will receive $4,000 in their first year of implementation and commence Respectful Relationships from mid-2017. Applications are now open. Leading and Partner schools can apply to participate via an online expression of interest process.
Applications close on 20 November 2016.
Save the Date
We have confirmed the new 'MATE' Train the Trainer (formerly Mentors in Violence Prevention) a leadership program focused on preventing all forms of violence, will be back in Gippsland 28-30 March 2017.