Preventing and Addressing Violence Against Women & Children Strategic Plan 2016-20
Prevention of Violence against Women (PVAW) has been determined as a shared priority in the G21 region.
The Preventing and Addressing Violence Against Women and Children Strategic Plan (2016 – 2020) aims to create a single plan for primary prevention, early intervention and responses to violence against women and their children in the G21 region.
The Plan also attempts to broaden and formalise the partnership base to include organisations supporting Aboriginal women, women from Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Communities (CALD), women with disabilities, rural women and children.
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The Prevention of Violence Against Women Health Alliance Collective Action Plan 2017-18 is a partnership between Barwon Health, Colac Area Health and Bellarine Community Health supported by Womens Health and Wellbeing South West and G21.
The plan aligns to the Victorian Public Health and Wellbeing Plan’s (2015-19) priority issue of preventing violence and injury; Free From Violence: Victoria’s strategy to prevent family violence and all forms of violence against women and Safe and Strong: A Victorian gender equality strategy. At a local level this action plan aligns closely with the Preventing and Addressing Violence against Women and Children Strategic Plan (2016–2020) and Women’s Health and Wellbeing Barwon South West’s (WHWBSW) Integrated Health Promotion Plan and all five Municipal Public Health and Wellbeing Plans.
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The Victorian Women’s Health Atlas now includes extensive 'violence against women' data.
The Hon. Gavin Jennings MLC, Special Minister of State, joined community sector leaders to officially launch the Bethany Men’s Family Violence Intervention Centre.
Multicultural Centre for Women's Health have released a guide that aims to assist people and organisations to develop violence prevention approaches, strategies and activities in ways that effectively engage immigrant and refugee communities to prevent violence against women.
There are many key stakeholders within the G21 Region, committed to improving our understanding of family violence who are working together to reduce the current alarming rates of violence against women and children.
Intimate Partner Violence and/or Family Violence can occur across all communities, social classes, ages, cultural backgrounds and geographical areas. Family Violence Flexible Support Packages are designed to provide limited financial assistance to victims/survivors of family violence within the LGBTI communities.
Free from violence fulfils Recommendation 187 of the Royal Commission into Family Violence. It is a key priority of the government’s 10-year plan to reform the family violence system under Ending family violence: Victoria’s plan for change.
Women's Health & Wellbeing Barwon South West have designed these resource to assist local government in the planning, development, implementation and evaluation of the Municipal Public Health and Wellbeing Plans 2017 – 2021.
These resources demonstrates the value of sex-disaggregated data, and highlights some of the most pressing needs for women in your communities.
The Preventing and Addressing Violence Against Women and Children Strategic Plan 2016 – 2020 incorporates primary prevention, early intervention and responses to violence against women and their children in the G21 region.
This document shares the vision of the Strategic Plan – Addressing and Preventing Violence Against women in the G21 Region 2016-2020.
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