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A team effort : preventing violence against women through sport. Evidence guide Ruth Liston, Shaez Mortimer, Gemma Hamilton and Robin Cameron

By: Liston, Ruth.
Contributor(s): Mortimer, Shaez | Hamilton, Gemma | Cameron, Robin.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Melbourne, Vic : Our Watch, 2017Description: electronic document (52 pages) ; PDF file.Subject(s): COMMUNITY ACTION | CHILD ABUSE | DOMESTIC VIOLENCE | FAMILY VIOLENCE | INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE | PRIMARY PREVENTION | RESOURCES FOR COMMUNITIES | SEXUAL VIOLENCE | SPORT | VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN | AUSTRALIAOnline resources: Click here to access online | Annex | Access the website Summary: This evidence guide focuses on the work being undertaken in local, regional, national and international structured sport settings and by sporting organisations. It draws on stakeholder consultations and a review of both peer-reviewed academic and grey literature (reports, reviews and evaluations) to collate the evidence regarding sport as a setting for the primary prevention of violence against women. It provides a summary of current prevention initiatives, and draws from an analysis of these and wider literature to outline 10 key elements of promising practice in sport settings. (From the Executive summary). An annex to this report (#6175) provides a compendium of key programmes and initiatives in sports settings from around the world. See the website for more Sports Engagement Program project resources. Record #6174
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This evidence guide focuses on the work being undertaken in local, regional, national and international structured sport settings and by sporting organisations. It draws on stakeholder consultations and a review of both peer-reviewed academic and grey literature (reports, reviews and evaluations) to collate the evidence regarding sport as a setting for the primary prevention of violence against women. It provides a summary of current prevention initiatives, and draws from an analysis of these and wider literature to outline 10 key elements of promising practice in sport settings. (From the Executive summary). An annex to this report (#6175) provides a compendium of key programmes and initiatives in sports settings from around the world. See the website for more Sports Engagement Program project resources. Record #6174