Fact sheets, posters and postcards available for download

Family Safety

The Family Safety Pack is for men and women coming to Australia. Available in 46 languages, it includes information on Australia’s laws regarding domestic and family violence, sexual assault and forced marriage, and a woman’s right to be safe.

The pack includes eight fact sheets on the following topics:

The pack also includes a low literacy storyboard.

The Family Safety Pack is translated into the 46 languages below:

Stop It At The Start

Campaign materials

Resources

Help Is Here

Campaign materials

Family Safety

The Family Safety Pack is for men and women coming to Australia. Available in 46 languages, it includes information on Australia’s laws regarding domestic and family violence, sexual assault and forced marriage, and a woman’s right to be safe.

The pack includes eight fact sheets on the following topics:

The pack also includes a low literacy storyboard.

The Family Safety Pack is translated into the 46 languages below:

Stop It At The Start

Campaign materials

Resources

Help Is Here

Campaign materials

Safe Homes, Families, Communities: Tasmania’s action plan for family and sexual violence 2019‑2022 (Safe Homes, Families, Communities) is the Tasmanian Government’s, coordinated, whole-of-government action plan to respond to family and sexual violence.

Safe Homes, Families, Communities represents the next stage of the Government’s long-term commitment to preventing and responding to family violence, and the new response to sexual violence.

Safe Homes, Families, Communities invests $26 million over three years for 40 actions to prevent and respond to family and sexual violence in Tasmania under three priority areas:

  1. Primary prevention and early intervention
  2. Response and recovery
  3. Strengthening the service system

Priorities for new actions were identified through the comprehensive, cross-agency, Family Violence Service System Review undertaken in 2018-19, which included stakeholder and community consultation. Actions to address sexual violence were informed by comprehensive research; examination of the existing service system in Tasmania; analysis of best-practice systems operating in other jurisdictions; and targeted consultation with key stakeholders.

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