Our Watch


Employees who use domestic and family violence: a workplace response

Leading Australian employers are set to tackle the confronting issue of employees who use domestic and family violence as part of nationwide efforts to end this endemic societal scourge. This resource recognises that any comprehensive workplace response to domestic and family violence must also include...

Men in focus: unpacking masculinities and engaging men in the prevention of violence against women

This document seeks to build on existing primary prevention knowledge and work by developing a deeper understanding of the links between masculinities and violence against women and ways to engage men and boys in prevention efforts.

Our Watch, our journey: independent summative evaluation of Our Watch

This resource evaluates the overall impact of Our Watch in the five years since its launch in 2013. It finds that in a short timeframe, Our Watch had proven itself as a well-respected and trusted organisation, that is driving change in the prevention of violence...

Change the story - three years on

This publication is an interim review of Change the story, which was published in 2015. It reviews the uptake of, and response to, the report by policy makers, practitioners and other readers, and users of the framework across Australia, and considers the lessons learned from...

How to report on violence against women and their children

These guidelines have been developed with funding from the Victorian Department of Health and Human Services. They provide practical tips for reporters, editors and news directors on how best to present information in stories where violence is gendered.