National community attitudes to violence against women survey (NCAS)

Re-shaping attitudes toolkit

Respect Victoria partnered with Australia’s National Research Organisation for Women’s Safety (ANROWS) and VicHealth, with support from Swinburne University of Technology, to develop 'Re-shaping Attitudes': A toolkit for using the NCAS in the primary prevention of violence against women.

The toolkit has been designed for practitioners working in the field of primary prevention of violence against women to promote and make accessible this evidence based resource to professional partners and the communities in which they work.

Our aim is that the toolkit is used by primary prevention of violence against women practitioners to promote and make accessible this evidence-base for their partners and the communities with which they work. 

This toolkit can be used in concert with additional evidence based resources, supporting practitioners to prevent violence against women. 'Re-shaping attitudes' incorporates nine stand-alone resources that can be downloaded independently of the full 62 page toolkit. A series of social media tiles (resource eight) depicting key messages from the toolkit are available upon request, to submit a request email research@respectvictoria.vic.gov.au. Resource eight will be distributed on a per case basis via email.

 


Resource eight is a series of social media tiles depicting key messages from the toolkit. This resource is available upon request, to submit a request email research@respectvictoria.vic.gov.au. The social media tiles will be distributed on a per case basis via email.