The Men’s Behaviour Change Network WA is a collaborative group established to strengthen the working relationships across the perpetrator intervention system in Western Australia. The Network provides a forum to support current practice whilst striving to further develop the sector through improved collaboration and evidence based innovation. The purpose of the Men’s Behaviour Change Network is to bring the sector together to provide advocacy and support as we work to reduce family and domestic violence in Australia.
Since its inception in early 2017, the Men’s Behaviour Change Program (MBCP) Network has been working to develop a collective, powerful voice for perpetrator programs in WA and support the ongoing evolution toward a standard of excellence across the sector. The Network has become an important forum for collaborative practice, discussion, and establishing cohesive research and development agendas across the perpetrator response sphere.
Currently the 4 different organisations and one government department in WA make up the membership of the Men’s Behaviour Change Network. The organisations represented are:
Find out more about the Men’s Behaviour Change Programs delivered in Western Australia.