I believe you: children and young people’s experiences of seeking help, securing help and navigating the family violence system
This report presents the findings from 17 in-depth interviews conducted with Victorian children and young people, from the ages of 10 to 25, with lived experience of family violence. The research seeks to give voice to the experiences and expertise of children and young people...
Evaluating the VicHealth ‘Healthier Masculinities Partnership Grants’: the Human Code – beyond gender expectations in the Macedon Ranges - final report
This report presents the evaluation findings from the Human Code project, an initiative run in Macedon Ranges by Sunbury and Cobaw Community Health (SCCH), and funded by VicHealth’s Healthier Masculinities Partnership Grants. The authors offer recommendations for future community partnerships seeking to promote gender transformative...
Respectful Relationships Education in Australia: national stocktake and gap analysis of Respectful Relationships Education material and resources final report
The Australian Department of Education, Skills and Employment (DESE) helps to create an inclusive and prosperous Australia by maximising opportunity through national leadership on education, skills and employment policy development. In August 2021, DESE commissioned Monash University to undertake a national stocktake and gap analysis...
Evaluating the VicHealth ‘Healthier Masculinities Partnership Grants’: Mornington Peninsula communities creating change - final report
this report presents the evaluation findings from the Mornington Peninsula Communities Creating Change (MPCCC) project, funded by VicHealth’s Healthier Masculinities Partnership Grants.
Evaluating programs aimed at gender transformative work with men and boys: a multi-cohort, cross-sector investigation - final report
This report presents findings from a VicHealth funded evaluation of three healthy masculinities programs in Victoria, Australia, and makes a number of recommendations for future gender transformative healthy masculinities work.