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Respect Victoria CEO Tracey Gaudry speaking at a lecturn in front of a Respect Victoria banner.

We interviewed Respect Victoria CEO Tracey Gaudry and Our Watch CEO Patty Kinnersly about the possibilities of Respect Victoria.

Four women sitting and standing around a table in a work setting.

DVRCV recently piloted the MARAM Leading Alignment training module, developed in partnership with Family Safety Victoria.

 DVRCV CEO Emily Maguire and Minister for Prevention of Family Violence Gabrielle Williams

Victorian Minister for Prevention of Family Violence Gabrielle Williams and DVRCV CEO Emily Maguire reflect on the progress towards implementing the recommendations of the Royal Commission.

A panel of people sitting on stage at a conference

DVRCV’s CEO Emily Maguire had the pleasure of attending the recent Australasian Working Together to End Men’s Family Violence Conference.

Wires connecting in geometric shapes to suggest a framework or network

We spoke to Susan George, an Alcohol and Other Drugs Specialist Family Violence Advisor, about the challenges and opportunities of her role.

A woman using a laptop computer while flipping through a notebook with a pen in her hand.

DVRCV has been developing a comprehensive elearning package to build the foundational knowledge required to prevent and respond to family violence and violence against women.

A group of people at a rally wearing orange and holding signs that say "Victoria University says NO to family violence".

We talked to Marian Cronin, Senior Manager, Respect and Responsibility, about Victoria University’s commitment to preventing violence against women.

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