Three Year Report on Progress in Prevention
The inaugural Progress on Preventing Family Violence and Violence Against Women in Victoria report details progress on prevention from late 2018 to the end of 2021, and articulates the progress made as a state. It outlines the significant advancements made in prevention, including legislative change and community shifts, and speaks to the critical next steps needed to ensure prevention remains a critical priority in Victoria.
Respect Victoria Strategic Plan 2019-2022
The Respect Victoria Strategic Plan 2019-2022 Building strong foundations for sustained primary prevention of all forms of family violence and violence against women sets out our vision and the pathway we will follow to drive evidence-informed primary prevention across Victoria.
Respect Victoria Reflect Reconciliation Action Plan
Respect Victoria launched its first Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) in December 2021. Formalising a commitment to reconciliation and self-determination, the RAP lays the foundation for authentic allyship and accountability across Respect Victoria's work. It acknowledges the impact of white settlement, colonisation, and the violent dispossession of land, cultures and children.
The Respect Victoria Annual Report 2021-2022 captures the highlights and achievements of our fourth year in operation.
The Respect Victoria Annual Report 2020-21 captures the highlights and achievements of our third year in operation.
In our second year of operations, Respect Victoria worked to deliver real outcomes, while establishing a foundation to ensure we have the capacity and capability to sustain primary prevention over the long-term.
The Respect Victoria Annual Report 2018-2019 captures the highlights and achievements of Respect Victoria's first year in operation. In a year packed with milestones — each one laid the foundations, building towards a future where all Victorians are safe, equal and respected where they live, work, learn and play.