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Title: Evaluation of the AFL's 2012/13 Community Education Training – participant information sheet   (PDF File 138.6 KB)

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Subject(s): Prevention of violence against women

Description: Evaluation of the AFL's 2012/13 Community Education Training – participant information sheet

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Year of publication: 2012

Title: Preventing the sexual assault of older women - Support Organisations   (PDF File 247.5 KB)

Author(s): ARCSHS

Subject(s): Prevention of violence against women

Description: Preventing the sexual assault of older women - Support Organisations

Publication type: Document

Year of publication: 2012

Title: Preventing the sexual assault of older women   (PDF File 164.3 KB)

Author(s): ARCSHS

Subject(s): Prevention of violence against women

Description: Preventing the sexual assault of older women

Publication type: Document

Year of publication: 2012

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Title: Preventing violence against women and girls: From community activism to government policy   (PDF File 804.6 KB)

Author(s): Sue Dyson

Subject(s): Prevention of violence against women

Description: This report was prepared by a consultant, Dr Suzanne Dyson, as part of The Change Project, an innovative, action-oriented research project being conducted by Partners for Prevention (P4P) between 2010-2013. It is a multi-country study with more than 10,000 men and women across seven countries in the Asia Pacific that explores the connections between masculinities, gender and power in order to enhance violence prevention policies and programmes. For more information visit www.partners4prevention.org.

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Year of publication: 2012

Title: Preventing the sexual assault of older women - Flyer   (PDF File 166.1 KB)

Author(s): ARCSHS

Subject(s): Prevention of violence against women

Description: Preventing the sexual assault of older women - Flyer

Publication type: Document

Year of publication: 2012

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Title: Summary Report: Preventing violence against women and girls: From community activism to government policy   (PDF File 296.7 KB)

Author(s): Sue Dyson

Subject(s): Prevention of violence against women

Description: Summary Report: Preventing violence against women and girls: From community activism to government policy. This report was prepared by a consultant, Dr Suzanne Dyson, as part of The Change Project, an innovative, action-oriented research project being conducted by Partners for Prevention (P4P) between 2010-2013. It is a multi-country study with more than 10,000 men and women across seven countries in the Asia Pacific that explores the connections between masculinities, gender and power in order to enhance violence prevention policies and programmes. For more information visit www.partners4prevention.org.

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Year of publication: 2012

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Title: For the Love of the Game: Equal and Respectful Relationships in Country Football Clubs: Research Report   (PDF File 823.4 KB)

Author(s): Sue Dyson, Jo Grzelinska, Carmel Hobbs.

Subject(s): Prevention of violence against women

Description: Women love football—there is no doubt of that—and in country Victoria in the winter months, football/netball clubs are often central to the social life of the local community. For some women and their families, the club is a place where they feel a sense of belonging, and to which they feel a fierce loyalty. For other women, clubs are less inviting. We heard many stories during the course of this research that represented both of these points of view, and many in between. The football women and the netball women who do not find a sense of welcome or security in their clubs often stay involved despite the hardships associated with belonging, and this persistence in the face of some adversity can be attributed to a love of their game, and loyalty to their team and community. For this reason we have called this report ‘For the Love of the Game’, and dedicate it to the women and men who are working to make clubs equal, respectful and inclusive for all.

Publication type: Monograph

Year of publication: 2011

Title: Sport as a setting for the prevention of violence against women: Community report   (PDF File 266.7 KB)

Author(s): Sue Dyson, Jo Grzlinska.

Subject(s): Prevention of violence against women

Description: Fair Game Respect Matters is a program that aims to introduce culture change in community football clubs as a way to prevent violence against women. The program is based on research that shows that where relationships between men and women are equal and based on respect then the rates of violence against women can be reduced. This summary outlines the evaluation of the program’s first two years in the Northern Football League in metro Victoria.

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Year of publication: 2010

Title: Fair Game Respect Matters Evaluation of Phase One (2008-2009)   (PDF File 738.6 KB)

Author(s): Sue Dyson

Subject(s): Prevention of violence against women

Description: Report on Phase One of the Fair Game Respect Matters program in one community football league in Victoria.

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Year of publication: 2010

Title: AFL Respect and Responsibility Program Creating Safe and Inclusive Environments for Women and Girls in Australian Football   (PDF File 318.4 KB)

Author(s): Sue Dyson (ARCSHS), Chyloe Kurdas (AFL Victoria), Melanie Heenan (AFL), Jack Wallace (ARCSHS), Henry von Doussa (ARCSHS)

Subject(s): Prevention of violence against women

Description: Report on research about women’s safety and inclusion in Victorian community football club

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Year of publication: 2010