Resources on domestic and family violence and for younger women.

Print Resources (Pamphlets, brochures, PDF, Leaflets)

Younger-Women

National Children’s and Youth Legal Centre and Legal Aid NSW, 2012

This factsheet answers questions such as ‘What is cyberbullying?’ ‘Is cyberbullying a crime?’ and ‘What can I do about cyberbullying?’ with direct reference to social networking sites Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.

Centre against sexual violence, 2010

This Factsheet provides information about relationships, sex and ways to identify and prevent sexual assault and domestic violence in a relationship. It explains what intimate partner violence is, its affects and ways to address it. 

Women’s Legal Service NSW

This pamphlet is aimed at young women establishing healthy relationships. 

Domestic Violence Resource Centre Victoria

This informative website contains advice and stories about relationships and dating and is aimed at young people.

National Children’s and Youth Legal Centre and Legal Aid NSW, 2012

This factsheet explains how posting statements or photos online to harm someone’s reputation may be against the law. This factsheet answers questions such as ‘What is defamation?’, ‘Is defamation against the law?’, ‘What is cyber defamation?’

National Children’s and Youth Legal Centre and Legal Aid NSW, 2012

This factsheet explains how logging into someone else emails or social networking site can be illegal and that pretending to be someone else online can be identity theft. 

National Children’s and Youth Legal Centre and Legal Aid NSW, 2012

This factsheet explains how personal privacy can be invaded online, and how to reduce the risks of this happening.

National Children’s and Youth Legal Centre and Legal Aid NSW, 2012

This factsheet explains how the police can use posts on social networking sites as evidence against you, and how nothing is ever private online even after it has been deleted. 

National Children’s and Youth Legal Centre and Legal Aid NSW, 2012

This factsheet explains how ‘sexting’ can get young people in trouble with the law. It answers questions such as ‘What is sexting?’, ‘Is sexting a crime?’ ‘What if the young person gives permission to take the photo?’ and’ What should I do if I have a picture or text that I am unsure about?’

Australian Government

This interactive website includes information about videos, discussion forums and competitions which promote respectful relationships for young people.

DVIRC Victoria

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

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