New standards to strengthen Men’s Behaviour Change programs in NT

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Men’s Behaviour Change programs make up part of a range of responses to family and domestic violence, tackling behaviours and ensuring men who use violence are kept accountable for their actions.

Tangentyere Council is a major service delivery agency for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in Central Australia that have developed a new set of standards to strengthen family and domestic violence services.

The new Central Australian Minimum Standards (CAMS) include prioritising the safety of women and their children, challenging violence, and ensuring the program is culturally safe and accessible.

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