The Preventing Men’s Violence Against Women Training Program has been developed to support the capacity of PVT partner organisations to implement primary prevention of men’s violence against women and promotion of gender equity initiatives, within their organisations and with communities. The training program is composed of two modules, and is designed for partner agency staff working primarily in community health or local government, who are engaged in and committed to preventing men’s violence against women.
A regional training session of ‘Module 2: Drivers of men’s violence against women and taking action’, is being offered free of charge to PVT partner organisations on 24 September 2015.
On completion of this module, participants will have increased:
- Knowledge of the key drivers of violence against women
- Capacity to explain the key drivers of violence against women
- Understanding of the links between these drivers and violence against women
- Knowledge of strategies to prevent violence against women, namely gender equity strategies
- Understanding of the impact and interactions of individual, organisational and institutional prevention strategies
- Capacity to apply the conceptual model to inform primary prevention actions
Pre-requisite knowledge: Prior knowledge required for this training session is covered in Module 1. Please take the self-assessment quiz to assist you in determining whether you have the pre-requisite knowledge required.