Preventing violence against women

Preventing violence against women

Our Watch is a national leader in the primary prevention of violence against women and their children in Australia.

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New on Our Watch

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A new campaign to create long-lasting change by raising awareness about how gender inequality drives violence against women.

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Understand legal issues relating to media reporting on violence against women.

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Stop workplace sexual harassment before it starts with these new fact sheets and videos.

Our Watch Institute

Learn from Australia’s leading team of violence prevention experts with training and consulting to help workplaces end violence against women.

Visit the Our Watch Institute website

Upcoming events

CtS training

Face-to-face training in Northern Rivers for people wanting to know more about how to put prevention into action, using the Our Watch key framework Change the story.

Our key frameworks

Read our overarching national framework, Change the story, and other key resources related to the primary prevention of violence against women in Australia.

Learn more about Change the story

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Change the story outlines the essential actions needed at all levels of society to address the underlying drivers of violence against women.

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Changing the picture outlines the actions to address the drivers of violence against Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women.

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Changing the landscape is a guide to the prevention of violence against women and girls with disabilities.

Latest news

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Patty Kinnersly, CEO of Our Watch: Tragically, around 20 children are killed by a parent each year, half of them aged two years and under.