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If you are working to promote gender equality and tackle inequality you can expect to meet resistance. It may occur in any setting, come from individuals or collectively, and from men or women.
So how can you prepare for it and what are effective responses?
This VicHealth publication describes the forms that resistance can take and provides some practical examples from local gender equality initiatives. There are also links to other useful resources from Australia and around the world.
By: ANROWS and Our Watch
An ANROWS and Our Watch guide for policy-makers, researchers, and advocates on measuring population-level progress towards the prevention of violence against women and their children in Australia.
EMSIC Report: Preventing and responding to violence and promoting social inclusion and community connection
By: Deakin University, Seed and Victorian State Government
This report has been prepared for members of the Eastern Metropolitan Social Issues Council (EMSIC) to summarise the work conducted by Deakin University and provide recommendations for consideration in relation to regional approaches to address violence in vulnerable communities and promote social inclusion and community connectedness.
By: Victorian Government Department of Health and Human Services
The Victorian Government’s 10 year plan sets out their vision of a future where all Victorians are safe, thriving and live free from family violence.
Free From Violence: Victoria’s strategy to prevent family violence and all forms of violence against women
Free from violence forms an integral element of the Government’s broader family violence system reform. This Strategy is a key part of the 10-year plan, Ending family violence: Victoria’s plan for change.
A practice manual to help practitioners change the norms, practices and structures that produce gender inequality and underpin the drivers of violence against women.
By: Victorian State Government
Preventing violence against women through gender equality.
By: The Well
Understand the theory and context behind family violence, learn about the intervention evidence base, add your own project to The Well, and access regional data to support your planning.
By: Women's Health East
Resources developed for TFER are available from Women’s Health East