White Ribbon
White Ribbon
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It is not always easy to identify if you or someone you know is experiencing domestic violence or is in an abusive relationship. Learn the signs, and how to support someone if you suspect they are in such a relationship.

If you or someone you know is in need of support related to domestic violence, please call 1800 RESPECT (737 732). In an emergency call 000.
It is not always easy to identify if you or someone you

Signs of domestic violence and abusive relationships

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Kylie Cole
White Ribbon
White Ribbon
06/27/2017 at 04:57. Facebook
Australian women who have survived domestic violence are more likely to talk their friends or neighbours about it than anybody else.

Do you know your neighbours? Host a White Ribbon Night this July to reach out and connect, and promote a safe neighbourhood environment.

Register your activity here: [ Whiteribbon.org.au Link ]
Australian women who have survived domestic violence are more likely to talk
White Ribbon
White Ribbon
06/25/2017 at 01:23. Facebook
Hold on to your helmets, White Ribbon Supporters - it's time to ride for change. We're taking to the open road on Sunday 2nd July, and we want you to join us.

By riding for us, in Ride Sunday, you'll be helping drive social change in helping drive social change in schools, workplaces and communities to prevent men's violence against women.

Fill your bike up with gas and we'll see you at...
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Hold on to your helmets White Ribbon Supporters its time to ride
Andrew Bennett
Nic Talbot
Rebecca Wilkie
White Ribbon
White Ribbon
06/23/2017 at 01:55. Facebook
Take part in White Ribbon Australia's Trek 4 Respect on the Kokoda trail in 2018. Retrace history and take on the tough terrain of the iconic Kokoda Track, all the while knowing you are part of a team raising vital funds to help White Ribbon break the cycle of violence.

Join today and be part of the world’s largest movement of men and boys working to end men’s violence against women and...
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Take part in White Ribbon Australias Trek 4 Respect on the Kokoda
White Ribbon
White Ribbon
06/22/2017 at 06:57. Facebook
With one woman dying every week at the hands of her partner or former partner, we can't stay silent. White Ribbon's prevention work is creating generational change in schools, workplaces and communities so that your children have a future free from violence.

Make your tax-deductible donation today, and help us end violence against women in Australia.

Learn more: [ Bit.ly Link ]
With one woman dying every week at the hands of her partner
Clare Cole
Nic Hart
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June 20 is World Refugee Day, a time to recognise the strength, courage and perseverance of millions of refugees.

White Ribbon is dedicated to working with diverse communities in Australia, such as refugees, who come from many different backgrounds, to reduce the occurrence of domestic violence.

Learn more about our work: bit.ly/WRDiverse
June 20 is World Refugee Day a time to recognise the strength
Run Melbourne takes place on July 30th. It's a chance for you to make a difference and become a #WhiteRibbonRunner! Find out more here: [ Everydayhero.com Link ]
Run Melbourne takes place on July 30th Its a chance for you
Leonii Marie
Rita Lim
Garry Broomfield
Friday, July 28th is White Ribbon Night. We call on all Australians to help prevent men's violence against women by hosting your own White Ribbon Night.

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Friday July 28th is White Ribbon Night We call on all Australians
Lee-Ann Rake
Sylvia Lambrinidis-Klonaris
Melissa Dawson
Domestic violence doesn’t always leave physical scars.

Abuse can be experienced in many different ways that can have a big impact on a woman’s mental health and wellbeing. Learn more here: bit.ly/WRTypes
Domestic violence doesn’t always leave physical scars

Just because you can’t see it.

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Cindy Richardson
Kacee Lea
Peter Bendeich
A lot of things go unsaid between young people and their parents, especially when it comes to mental health. headspace's Fathers Campaign aims to open up conversations between parents and young people, particularly fathers and sons, to help identify mental health issues and raise awareness of the support services available.
A lot of things go unsaid between young people and their parents

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Mre Anne Hiette
Women from culturally diverse communities in West Melbourne will work together in an innovative new program to tackle family violence.
Women from culturally diverse communities in West Melbourne will work together in

Community Takes On Collaborative Approach to Tackle Family Violence | PBA

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James Delacorn
Anne Perry
Ann Kristoff
Hey guys! It’s Men’s Health Week - a great time to reach out to your mates, dad, son or partner and see how they’re doing.

Maintaining the health of men, boys and their families, and having meaningful conversations about what keeps us healthy in body and mind is really important.

Tell us one simple thing you do to look after your health?
Hey guys Its Mens Health Week a great time to reach out
Nathan Brereton
Anton Duke
Sam Deane
We are proudly teaming-up with Ride Sunday, a global motorcycle initiative on Sunday 2nd July which encourages riders of all types to do what they love while fundraising for charity. To join and support us, visit: [ Ridesunday.com Link ]
We are proudly teamingup with Ride Sunday a global motorcycle initiative on
George Grewal
Jenny Ruse
Kenny Dang
We all deserve happiness and safety. Together as a community we can help prevent violence against women. Stand up, speak out, act. Learn more about how you can make a difference: bit.ly/2sWz6gh
We all deserve happiness and safety Together as a community we can
John Blyth
“I am so thankful to work with White Ribbon, raising awareness and vital funds to help prevent men’s violence against women.” – Simone, Survivor

White Ribbon’s community engagement and education programs challenge the attitudes that give rise to violence, to stop the violence before it happens.

We are 90% community funded and need your help to continue our vital work. Please make a...
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I am so thankful to work with White Ribbon raising awareness and

Help Us Prevent Violence Against Women

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Julijana Davila
The white ribbon is a symbol of anti-violence against women. You can use it to spread awareness and drive change. #WhiteRibbon [ Qoo.ly Link ]
The white ribbon is a symbol of antiviolence against women You can
Through meaningful, constructive conversations, men can help change damaging mindsets which put women at risk. #WhiteRibbon #VAW #SpeakOut [ Qoo.ly Link ]
Through meaningful constructive conversations men can help change damaging minds
David Thomas
Justin Sloan
Rose Green
The Aboriginal Family Violence Prevention & Legal Service Victoria have produced this fabulous resource to promote healthy relationships for Koori youth, particularly the danger signs associated with controlling, abusive and violent behaviours.
White Ribbon Workplaces promote respectful relationships and gender equality. They demonstrate a culture of zero tolerance of violence against women.

Learn more about how our White Ribbon Workplace Accreditation Program is working to create safer workplaces - bit.ly/WRWorkplace
White Ribbon Workplaces promote respectful relationships and gender equality The
Taking the White Ribbon Oath is the first step in helping us prevent men's violence against women. Stand up for your mum, aunt, partner, friend - stand for all women. Help prevent the cycle of abuse. [ Qoo.ly Link ]
Taking the White Ribbon Oath is the first step in helping us
Samaneh Seif
Talia Dakota
Julia Graham