Resources on domestic and family violence and for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women.

Print Resources (Pamphlets, brochures, PDF, Leaflets)

Indigenous

Prue Vines; NSW Trustee and Guardian, 2013

This workshop is intended to assist Aboriginal people in NSW who wish to make a Will which is culturally appropriate for them.

Women’s Legal Services NSW, 2013

Diagram highlighting the challenges ATSI women may face, having an awareness of these challenges may help you when you are working with Aboriginal women.

Women’s Legal Services NSW, 2010

A resource to assist women to report breaches of AVOs to police. This book provides clear instructions on how to record breaches of an AVO by the perpetrator, which will make reporting to police easier.

AVO Breach Book (Booklet)

Women’s Legal Services NSW, 2010

A resource to assist women to report breaches of AVOs to police. This book provides clear instructions on how to record breaches of an AVO by the perpetrator, which will make reporting to police easier.

Legal Aid NSW, 2016

This brochure is for Aboriginal grandparents, aunties, uncles and other relatives involved in looking after young children.

Change Your Ways, Australian Men Speak about DV (DVD/Video)

Office of Communities, 2012

This video features prominent rugby league players and Tackling Violence participants sharing their experiences of domestic and family violence.

Women\'s Legal Services NSW, 2013

Wirringa Baiya Aboriginal Women’s Legal Centre, 2015

This factsheet briefly explains domestic violence including physical, sexual, emotional, social and financial aspects. It also explains what an AVO is, how to get one and how it works.

Wirringa Baiya Aboriginal Women’s Legal Centre, 2015

This factsheet briefly explains child sexual abuse including information on what is sexual abuse, who the offenders are, what are the signs of sexual abuse and what to do if a child tells you they have been abused.

Legal Aid NSW, 2016

This pamphlet outlines how to apply for an Apprehended Domestic Violence Order.

Women\'s Legal Services NSW, 2012

Think B4 U Click is an online resource developed by Women\'s Legal Service NSW Indigenous Branch to highlight many aspects of Cyberbullying and features personal stories of young people\'s experiences and thoughts on Cyberbullying. The Vox Pops were filmed at the 2012 Yarbun festival.

Legal Aid NSW, 2016

This pamphlet outlines the rights of Aboriginal grandparents, aunties, uncles and other relatives looking after young children.

DVIRC Victoria

This website includes information about domestic and family violence and is aimed at young people. 

Creative Spirits, Aboriginal Culture information, 2016

A selection of plain English legal resources for Aboriginal women including resources on discrimination, domestic violence, family law, care and protection, victims of crime and employment.

Women\'s Legal Services NSW, 2014

This factsheet accompanies the Ask LOIS webinar on this topic.

To watch the webinar, visit the Past Webinars page.

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