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PVT – Foundations of Primary Prevention of Violence Against Women – Northam

Event Date : 13 and 20 June 2024

PVT - Foundations of Primary Prevention of Violence Against Women - Northam

Foundations of Primary Prevention of Violence against Women
2 x Half-Day Workshops
Workshop facilitators Alicia Gibbs / Preventing Violence Together and Karen Binning / Preventing Violence Together
Part A: Tuesday 20 February 2024, 1pm – 4.30pm
Part B: Tuesday 27 February 2024, 1pm – 4.30pm
Bridgeley Community Centre, 91-93 Wellington St East, Northam


Cost: $80. Includes participant workbook and afternoon tea.

Men’s violence against women is a serious, widespread, and growing problem in Western Australia. In fact, WA now receives the second highest number of incident reports, of all Australian states, of men using violence against women; an increase of 30% over the past 5 years (WA Police). However, there are simple steps we can ALL take to prevent it.

Preventing Violence Together (PVT) invites you to learn about how you can play your part in ending men’s violence against women by attending one of its upcoming Foundations of Primary Prevention of Violence Against Women workshops.

Contact: Alicia Gibbs, Preventing Violence Together, [email protected]