Prevention of Violence Against Women

Regional Prevention of Violence against Women activity

A key part of our commitment to the prevention of violence against women (PVAW) is our ongoing support for, and contribution to the implementation of regional PVAW approaches, led by women’s health organisations in our catchment. INW PCP plays an important role in supporting evaluation at a regional level. We provide technical and evaluation expertise in the form of interactive evaluation support and via conducting regional evaluation, as part of our commitment to this work.

Since 2010, the INW PCP has been a key partner of Preventing Violence Together: Western Region Action Plan to Prevent Violence Against Women In 2017, the INW PCP endorsed and signed on as a key partner to Preventing Violence Together: Western Region Action Plan to Prevent Violence Against Women: 2030 Strategy.

Since 2013, the INW PCP has been committed to the vision and goals of the Northern Region’s Building a Respectful Community – Preventing Violence against women.  In 2017, the INW PCP signed the  Building a Respectful Community: Strategy 2017-21.


INW PCP catchment activity

The INCEPT project

The Inner North West Collaborative Evaluation Project (INCEPT) originated in 2011 as a collaborative evaluation project of the INW PCP Prevention Alliance  in partnership with University of Melbourne.

Read about the Project Background to find out more about this project.


This project has developed extensively into INCEPT 2.0.

INCEPT 2.0 is an online, interactive collective evaluation resource. It provides consistent measures and approaches to shared data collection around preventing family violence and all forms of violence against women, and gender equity (GE). It aims to create a platform for shared evaluation of projects addressing these issues.








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