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Prevention of Violence Against Women

In 2011, eleven projects were successfully granted funding by the Board to address violence against women. A further five projects were funded in 2012 and 2013.

The work that was funded was envisaged to have a strategic collective impact to influence policy and practice.

To this end the projects trialled new service delivery models, released reports making policy recommendations, collected evidence, have been strong advocates, and made a huge difference in many people’s lives.

Twelve of the projects made a submission to the Royal Commission on Family Violence. Their influence is evident in the number of mentions in the final report and the influence they have had on the final recommendations.

Learn more about the projects and this themed funding round:

Additionally, below are some of the final reports and findings on the important work from these projects.

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