Your workplace can help create an Australia where women are safe, equal and valued.
Your school can promote gender equality and create an Australia free from violence.
The media can use its influence to change the culture and attitudes that drive violence against women.
Your sporting organisation can help create an Australia where women are safe, equal and valued.
Handbook and toolkits
Find practical tools for the prevention of violence against women that are easy to use.
Toolkit for local government
For some men, making jokes and comments that reinforce the idea that women should be less powerful than them is a way of bonding and gaining the approval and respect of their peers.
When aggression and disrespect towards women are seen as part of being ‘one of the boys’, it is more likely that violence towards women will be excused.
Men in focus: unpacking masculinities and engaging men in the prevention of violence against women is an extensive evidence review about links between dominant forms of masculinity and violence against women.
'So, you want to be a male ally for gender?' offers evidence about gaps in male allyship and solutions.
The Man Box: A study on being a young man in Australia is the first comprehensive study that focuses on the attitudes to manhood and the behaviours of young Australian men aged 18 to 30.
The Working Together with Men resource from HealthWest Partnership is a guide to creating projects that work with men to prevent violence against women in their communities.
This implementation guide supports a group program for first-time parents that aims to support couples maintain healthy and equal relationships after the birth of a baby.
This website sets out how schools can promote gender equality and create an Australia free from violence.