Respectful Relationships & Consent Training

Images from the Newcastle launch of 16 Days of Activism campaigning to end violence against women, held in Civic Park, Wednesday November 25. Photos by Eddie O’Reilly.

Bystander Training with MATE 

Motivating Action Through Empowerment (MATE) has designed this e-learning program to motivate and empower your people to be the change in the prevention of violence against women and the promotion of gender equality in their homes, schools, workplaces and communities.

Love Bites educates the next generation about respectful relationships.This is key to breaking the cycle of violence towards women.


DVConnect facilitates Workplace Training & Awareness, including tailored training packages to suit your workplace’s needs, which teach participants how to recognise and respond to domestic violence. You can also learn about how to create a Domestic and Family Violence Leave Policy. 

DFV Work Aware

DFV Workplace Training is a 60-minute or 90-minute training session to workplaces across Australia to train workers to recognise, respond and refer when DFV comes to work. Can be delivered online or face-to-face.

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