Designed specifically for year 10 students as a primary prevention program, Power to End Violence Against Women promotes respectful relationships and gender equality.

Developed in conjunction with Centacare Catholic Family Services and the Department for Education, this program is underpinned by a vision for young men to foster healthy attitudes to relationships while also challenging entrenched attitudes that can contribute to gender-based violence.

In consultation with the Department for Education, the program complements the Keeping Safe: Child Protection Curriculum that is delivered in both primary and secondary schools.

As an extension to the program, students are invited to attend an annual Leadership Day and Role Model event aimed to share learnings and deepen understanding. 

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