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Together We Can
3 days ago
Together We Can - the why and the how.ww.youtube.com/watch?v=JCVlUX3JDV4&t=11s ... See MoreSee Less
Family Life and Cardinia Shire Council - Collective Impact Initiative
Family Life and Cardinia Shire Council have come together to launch a collective impact initiative to stop family violence in the Cardinia community. This St...
Have you seen this video yet? Share your thoughts here...www.youtube.com/watch?v=SxfGWttsx78 ... See MoreSee Less
Respect Women: Call It Out (Public Transport)
It might feel awkward to call out someone who disrespects women, but saying something says something. Respect women #callitout. To learn more go to w...
1 month ago
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Who agrees? Breaking down #genderstereotypes means encouraging our children to be anything they want to be, regardless of who they are. For more tips on what you can do as a family check out #BecauseW...
Did you know that 1 in 3 LGBTI+ Australians report having been in a relationship where their partner was abusive? Statistics also show that LGBTI+ people are less likely to seek or receive appropriate support.Join us to go rainbow on IDAHOBIT, Thursday 17 May, and use the day to publicly stand with the LGBTI+ community, because Together We Can act now to end family violence in Cardinia Shire.The www.anothercloset.com.au website includes information and contact details for a range of services available to LGBTI+ people who are or may be experiencing family violence.People experiencing family violence can also call the Safe Steps 24/7 Family Violence Response Centre on 1800 015 188, or 000 if it is an emergency.Source: www.dvrcv.org.au/knowledge-centre/our-blog/family-violence-lgbtiq-context ... See MoreSee Less
Join us, and ‘go rainbow’, on the International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia, Intersexism and Transphobia (IDAHOBIT) for the raising of the Pride flag, to hear from guest speakers, network and...
2 months ago
This is sensational! Young people in Frankston educating others on strereotypes! A must see! www.fya.org.au/video/inspired-citizens-stomping-out-stereotypes/ ... See MoreSee Less
Stomping Out Stereotypes | FYA
The Inspired Citizens program was established in 2017 by FYA and the Australian of the Year Awards to empower young people across Australia to do great things in their communities. Over 150 students f...
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