Join us in Melbourne for
No to Violence Conference 2024: Leading Radical Change - A call to action to end men’s family violence

Monday 2 – Thursday 5 September

Returning to Melbourne from Monday 2 - Thursday 5 September, No to Violence 2024 will take on the theme Leading Radical Change - A call to action to end men's family violence. The Conference will collaboratively explore the radical change needed to end men’s use of family violence.

#NTV2024 brings together the insights of people with lived experience, leading policymakers, practitioners, and researchers, learning from each other to create meaningful human-centred responses within communities, families, and workplaces.

Building on our conversations on masculinities and practice with people working in communities, and on prevention, early
intervention, and specialist responses, as well as recovery and healing programs, the conference will explore how we de-silo our shared work to lead real, radical change to end men’s use of family violence.

Over four exciting days, delegates attending the #NTV2024 conference will engage in discussions, workshops, research presentations and amazing learning opportunities.

The call to action is for the collective advocacy, required to respond and work collaboratively to end domestic, family and sexual violence. We can join our voices to call for the development of a National Perpetrator Action Plan that would sit alongside other actions plans within the National Plan to End Violence against Women and Children 2022-2032 and subsequent action plans.

We invite you to attend this year's Conference, demonstrating your commitment to ending men's use of family violence while gaining valuable exposure and networking opportunities within the sector. 

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A look back on the No to Violence Conference 2023

The workshops have been fantastic, with great speakers and so much diversity. It’s been a fantastic time here - Delegate, NTV 2023

One of the things I've enjoyed the most about this is to see the therapy and the trauma recovery for men as being something that's highlighted as important for the future of family violence work - Delegate, NTV 2023

Coming from New Zealand, I've noticed that Australians have strengths we lack, and vice versa. This presents opportunities for us to collaborate more closely and share insights - Speaker, NTV 2023


Our venue: Rydges Melbourne

186 Exhibition St, Melbourne VIC 3000



No to Violence acknowledges the traditional custodians of the lands upon which we operate and pay our respects to Elders, past and present.