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Quiz Your Knowledge

Take one of our short quizzes to test your current knowledge and find out more about the myths and facts about violence against women and how to prevent it.

Please be aware that these quizzes include reference to and details of violence, and may be upsetting to some people. If you need support, please contact 1800RESPECT, the National Sexual Assault, Domestic and Family Violence Counselling Service on 1800 737 732

Quiz 1: What is VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN?

Find out the common myths and the key facts on violence against women, what it includes and how it can affect women differently.

 

Quiz 2: What CAUSES violence against women?

There are many myths about the causes of violence against women – explore your knowledge and find out the facts.

 

Quiz 3: Can we PREVENT violence against women?

Many of us feel unsure about what can be done to prevent violence against women – find out what it requires and the most promising actions happening today.

 

Quiz 4: An intersectional approach: How can we prevent violence against ALL women, and not just SOME?

Does gendered violence happen to women who also face racism? What about those with a disability? How does this shape their experiences? Many of us have questions about the different ways that violence against women can be experienced, and how to design our prevention work to represent this. Find out what ‘intersectionality’ means and how it is important to how we prevent violence against women.

 

Quiz 5: PARTNERSHIPS: How do we work together to prevent violence against women?

Find out why partnerships are critical to preventing violence against women, and how to make them effective and sustainable.

 

Not into quizzes? Check out the Evidence on violence against women page or the advanced Library resources for facts and further information.

Contact us

Get in touch with your local women’s health service for more information.

If you are experiencing violence, find information and support here 1800RESPECT.ORG.AU