Short Guides

Short Guides

What we understand about domestic, family and sexualised violence informs how we respond; it influences how we design products, services and systems. It influences how we communicate about those products, services and systems.

When a person experiencing domestic, family and sexualised violence reaches out it may be the first, only or last time they seek support.

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Short guidance on where to start:

Local Government and Local Councils are a connection point for many individuals, businesses and services within communities across Australia.  Local government and local councils have a significant role to play in responding to domestic, family and sexualised violence.

Open Local Government guides

Member organisations such as unions, associations, foundations and professional networks are a connection point for many individuals and businesses across Australia.

Member organisations have a significant role to play in responding to domestic, family and sexualised violence, not simply in their influence and advocacy but also in their direct responses to individual members. 

Open Member Organisation guides

Small businesses throughout Australia face many challenges. We have developed a free (donated) Small Business Starter Kit  designed to support your foundational understanding about domestic, family and sexualised violence and the meaningful difference you can make as a small business to your employees and customers.

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Responding to domestic and family violence during and beyond COVID-19:

We have developed a series of guides to support the responses of individuals and sectors to people experiencing domestic and family violence during and beyond COVID-19.

Each guide takes a focus on considerations for now, and next, to be ready to support people experiencing domestic and family violence.

Supporting people during and beyond COVID-19 is our shared responsibility and no sector can create safety alone.

Guides for other sectors? Is your sector needing a similar guide sooner than later? Contact Us and we can prioritise to support your needs.

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