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Mens education towards anger and life.

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Love Control

An educative short film about the early signs of abusive and controlling relationships

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Powerful Short Film ‘ReMoved’ Takes You On the Emotional Journey of a Foster Child

A 10-year-old girl navigates her way through the foster care system, after being removed from her home and separated from her younger brother

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How can you prevent violence against women?

Know your A-Z from Domestic Violence Resource Centre Victoria and Our Watch shows how easy it is for all of us to prevent violence against women just by doing simple, everyday things to challenge gender stereotypes and promote respect. 

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Anger Management Vs Behavioural Change

A word from David about the difference between “Men’s Behaviour Change” and “Anger Management”

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Featured in Pakeham News: Hairdressers take on family violence

According to the lead family violence service in Melbourne’s eastern region, the relationship that hairdressers have with the women they serve can be a valuable tool in identifying, addressing and preventing family violence.

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Free Information Evening for women only

Meet the Heavy METAL Team and get some insight about who we are and the programs we run for both men & women

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Spice Up Your Relationship With This 30-Day Challenge - by Hilary White

This 30-day challenge is designed to help increase the sweet and sexy elements in your relationship by doing at least one specific romantic thing, together or for each other, every day for the duration of a month.

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HEAVY M.E.T.A.L GROUP FUNDRAISING EVENT

Join the Heavy M.E.T.A.L Group on a meat tasting night to help raise funds for the Women's Group

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Do Men’s Behaviour Change Programs work in the long term?

A long waited Longitudinal Study into the Effectiveness of Men’s Behaviour Change Programs has been finally published with some answers

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Men's Health Week

Connect with your community, join the Men's Breakfast at Redwood Centre

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Featured in The Guardian: When I first wrote about domestic violence, no one talked about it. Now the shame has lifted

"‘There was a strange kind of silence over that word, a looking elsewhere." Kathryn Heyman

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Why working with men could help efforts to combat violence against women

Study suggests that focusing on masculinities – the societal norms men are expected to achieve in order to “prove” their manhood – can help in reducing men’s use of violence in the future.

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