World-first family violence prevention resource can build respectful and equal communities


VicHealth, 17 May, 2016

Findings from VicHealth’s innovative primary prevention program, Generating Equality and Respect (GEAR), released today (17 May), provide a number of findings and transferable tools and resources for local governments, workplaces and organisations across Australia and internationally to utilise.

The three-and-a-half year program, conducted in partnership with Monash City Council and Link Health and Community, saw the establishment of a ‘demonstration site’, into which a range of tried and tested primary prevention programs were applied to build gender equality and a culture of safety and respect.

  • Read more from VicHealth here
  • Access GEAR research & resources here



By J Pope

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