When Love Hurts, published by Straits Times Press, shares the true-life stories of women, children and men who have sought help at PAVE over the years.
23 November 2018
To mark the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women this year, PAVE is launching a new book of true-life stories of family violence in Singapore and organizing a half-day seminar to share some of our insights from our work.
21 April 2018
PAVE was invited by PPIS for their second run of “Just the Girls”; an event held exclusively for girls aged 13-19, with the primary aim of providing a platform for teenage girls to talk about topics and concerns that they face every day.
26 and 27 March 2018
PAVE collaborated with final year Communications and New Media (CNM) students in an outreach event held in NUS. Called “Be the Difference”, the objective was to share the message that everyone has a role to play in stopping dating violence.
22 to 29 March 2018
Family violence is often a dark secret kept behind closed door. It’s time to start conversations and open new doors for a timely resolution.
20 March 2018
Family violence is a deadly but silent threat. Many believe it's a private matter and only 10% are willing to report the abusive family member to the authorities.
20 March 2018
Safe Space, PAVE’s new Child Protection Specialist Centre was officially opened by President Halimah Yacob on 20th March 2018. The Advisor of Nee Soon GRC, Mr Louis Ng also graced the event.
26 and 27 February 2018
The Youth Team headed to LASALLE College to share about healthy relationships as part of the campus Healthy Lifestyle Awareness Week.
7 February 2018 to 14 February 2018
Dating Violence Awareness Week (DVAW) is an annual event that falls in the week leading up to Valentine’s Day. It is to celebrate healthy relationships and raise awareness about dating violence. This year, the PAVE Youth Team is doing an 8 day photo series to commemorate DVAW.