Breaking the Ice, News - 13 June, 2018

Breaking the ice with…. Kelly Hinton from RFVP

Welcome Kelly! Thank you for taking the time to let us get to know you. What is rocking your work world today? The most significant reforms for women and children living with family violence…maybe ever! Incredible changes are happening, in an environment with so much momentum it is hard to keep up! What are you […]

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'The Radar' Newsletter - 29 May, 2018

The Radar: May 2018

Find out what’s going on in the region for May 2018 in our newsletter The Radar. Watch our latest ‘Two Minutes ot Spin It’ film stars showcase their local project, and see monthly news and event updates here.

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Resources - 01 May, 2018

kJ labelling laws in effect in Vic from 1 May plus launch of consumer campaign – “Kilojoules on the menu- Check before you choose”

The Kilojoules on the menu campaign is complementary to the implementation of the Food Amendment (Kilojoule Labelling Scheme and Other Matters) Act 2017, which came into effect on 1 May 2018. Large Victorian fast food and supermarket chains are now required to display the kilojoule content of ready-to-eat food and drinks, along with the average adult […]

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Calling For New Approaches To End Family Violence

The Andrews Labor Government is testing new approaches to end family violence and keep perpetrators accountable with a fund available for innovative programs. Minister for Families and Children Jenny Mikakos has announced $4.83 million will be made available to support trials of family violence perpetrator interventions that target diverse groups. These trials move away from a […]

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Codesign professional development opportunities

The Eastern Region PCP’s are working to provide partners with access to a range of different levels of professional development in Co-design: First on the list is an Introductory Co-Design Forum on the 29 May being offered by the Inner East PCP. The IEPCP have engaged TACSI to facilitate this workshop and have also made the […]

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What is Intersectionality? A video resource.

Confused about Intersectionality? Colleagues or students that are new to this concept? Take a look at this. A great introduction to the concept of Intersectionality, this short video was commissioned and produced by Professor Peter Hopkins from Newcastle University in the UK. Watch here.

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VicHealth (En)countering Resistance report

Useful support and strategies to prepare for and respond to resistance to gender equality initiatives. This resource draws together some effective tools and strategies to prepare for and respond to backlash and resistance to gender equality initiatives. It’s intended to support the people working for gender equality in a range of sectors – education, sport, workplace, local government, health and […]

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