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Preventing violence

Everyone can do something to help prevent violence against women and their children. Find out how you can take action at work, in school, as a professional, as a parent or as a bystander. Follow us on social media and help spread the word on preventing violence against women.



 
  • Teens & young adults

    If you’re a young person, find out what you can do to help end violence against women and learn about how common this is among young people in Australia today.

      What teens can do
  • Parents & caregivers

    Parents and carers are key sources of information for their children and can promote positive messages and modelling about issues like respect, equality, gender, consent and violence. 

      What parents can do
  • Men

    Men have an important role to play in ending violence against women and their children. 

      What men can do
  • Women

    Women and girls, like men and boys, have a role to play in promoting gender equality and challenging gender stereotypes.

      What women can do
  • Professionals

    Professionals like teachers, managers and sector workers have an important role to play in preventing violence against women and their children. Find out what you can do in your field.

      What you can do
  • Get involved

    Help us achieve our vision of an Australia where women and their children live free from all forms of violence. Follow us on social media , share our video ‘It’s up to us’ and print out posters for your workplace, community organisation or sporting club.

    How to get involved