All men can play a part in ending violence against women.
Violence is more than physical violence. It includes disrespect, fear and control towards women.
Being an ally is about
- being aware of your own privilege and power, and
- taking action together with women
to end this violence and create a more equal society that values and respects women.
This year in Melbourne’s west we are inviting men to find out how you can #BeAnAlly to end violence against women. Sign up to join the #16DaysofAllyship from 25 November to 10 December. You will receive five emails with personal reflection points and actions you can take to grow as an ally.
Join us and help spread the word to men you know!
Any questions? Email email@example.com
This campaign is part of the international campaign called 16 Days of Activism, held from 25 November to 10 December. Find out more
We acknowledge that binary and heteronormative language and concepts are used here as part of the 16 days campaign that aims to end violence against women. But gender is a social construct and whatever your gender identity, we hope you will find this information and activities interesting and join us in ending violence against all people.
Tips for Allyhood:
Working together to end violence against women
Interested to hear from men who have begun their allyship journey? Watch men share what being an ally to end violence against women means to them and how you can join them.
In the videos below, individual men reflect on their own personal journeys of allyhood.