Community Ally Workshop

This workshop empowers communities with the skills they need to undertake primary prevention of violence activities and peer-to-peer support for people affected by gendered violence. The workshop supports community leaders to influence meaningful change on the ground, through community education and program development, advocacy, peer support and information and referrals to people affected by domestic violence or sexual assault in their own communities. 

Learning outcomes:

  • Understand gender and deconstruct stereotypes
  • Understand the role of respect and consent in relationships
  • Support a peer experiencing violence
  • Identify and challenge the drivers of violence

Contact: engage@wheq.org.au to arrange your workshop. 


Two Full Days




Your premises, our premises or offsite
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