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MAV Local Government Preventing Violence Against Women Forum

This forum was held in December 2013.

Presentations from the forum are now available.

e-Network

We maintain an email distribution list for local government staff and community partners interested in the prevention of violence against women.

The e-network regularly disseminates information on new resources, upcoming forums, events, news and funding opportunities.

To join the e-network, email Kellie Nagle at knagle@mav.asn.au

e-Bulletin

We also provide an update on preventing violence against women in the Human Services Bulletin, which is produced monthly and distributed to council human services directors.

 

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