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14 hours ago

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#16DaysofActivism // Day 11 - Learn how to call it outWhen it is safe to do so, always call out sexism and disrespect. Disrespect can play out in our homes, workplaces, schools, communities and in the places we socialise. By calling out disrespect, sexism and other forms of discrimination early, we can stop violence before it starts. Check out Respect Victoria to learn how you can #callitout 👉 bit.ly/30OuspN #16days#NoToViolence#mensreferralservice#RespectWomenCallitOut#respectis ... See MoreSee Less
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#16DaysofActivism // Day 10 - Celebrate an advocate"Understanding why men commit violence provides opportunities to change behaviours and break the cycle, and to build stronger, healthier families and communities." - Desmond Campbell.Today, we celebrate Desmond Campbell, a strong advocate against family violence, a policymaker, and one of the most inspiring voices in the sector.He has spent years travelling Australia working directly with communities, and educating people about family violence, particularly the unique contexts of family violence experienced in First Nations communities, and the importance of men being part of the solution.Des is a proud Gurindji and Ngalakan man. He is a Board Director of Our Watch, the First Nations Practice lead at Social Ventures Australia and sits on a range of government expert advisory and assessment panels across Australia. Learn more about Desmond's inspiring story via ABC Darwin 👉 ab.co/3FAkzLv #16DaysofActivism#NotoViolence#MensReferralService#RespectWomenCallitOut#RespectI ... See MoreSee Less
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