Domestic Violence

Domestic Violence 2019-06-25T16:53:33+09:30

Mums Can, Dads Can – Educational Animation for Tangentyere Family Violence Prevention Program.

We learn stories from our parents, our siblings, our friends. Stories about how to be a partner, a parent, a man or a woman. Sometimes we hold on to old stories even when they hurt us and our loved ones. It takes time and trying new ways to learn a new story. It’s okay to ask for help. Together we can make something better.
This resource was made with the Tangyentere Family Violence Prevention Program as part of their Mums Can, Dads Can Project.
The project aims to challenge gender roles and fight gender inequality by promoting different narratives for parents and families.

Digital Story for Central Australian Women’s Legal Service

A woman experiencing domestic violence talks to her Mum about getting a court order.

Digital Stories & Comic Book for The Northern Territory Department of Corrections

The A Better Way series was produced as a resource for the Indigenous Family Violence Offending Program. It is also available as a comic book.

Arrernte | Kriol | Yolngu Matha

Two men talk about family violence in their lives.

Arrernte | Kriol | Yolngu Matha

Walk away from family violence.

Arrernte | Kriol | Yolngu Matha

Two men talk about how family violence affects the kids.

Arrernte | Kriol | Yolngu Matha

Counting to ten can help calm you and avoid violent action.

Arrernte | Kriol | Yolngu Matha

Go with someone you trust before getting violent.

Arrernte | Kriol | Yolngu Matha

Talk to someone you trust to avoid violent action.