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Mid-program report: Impact assessment of 'The Preventing Violence Through Sport: Taking a whole-of-sport approach to engage young people and the broader community grants program 2022-2024'

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posted on 2024-06-07, 04:04 authored by Karen LambertKaren Lambert, Ruth JeanesRuth Jeanes, lisahunter Hunterlisahunter Hunter, Justen O'ConnorJusten O'Connor, Georgina Roy, Nadia Bevan, Jade Warner

The Preventing Violence Through Sport: Taking a whole-of-sport approach to engage young people and the broader community grants program 2022-2024 serves as a government level response to the appalling reality of gender-based violence. The Program (2022-24) takes a whole-of-sport approach to engage young people and the broader community in the prevention of gender-based violence. Twelve individual projects worked with community sport and primary prevention organisations to establish partnerships that contribute to the Victorian Government’s vision of creating a Victoria free from violence against women. Funding comes from the Department of Families, Fairness and Housing (DFFH) (Family Safety Victoria) but is coordinated by the Sport and Recreation Victoria Gender Equity team. Funding for the program ends June 2024.

This detailed mid-program impact assessment report provides an analysis of the data from project participants (leads and selected partners) to date. A series of recommendations to inform Year 2 of the current funding round as well as future funding rounds is at the end of the document. The impact assessment has been driven by the research question; What is the impact of the 2022-2024 Preventing Violence Through Sport grants program?

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