Fact sheets with information about family and sexual violence and where to seek help if you are experiencing or using violence are now available in community languages.
You can access or download the fact sheets in English, Arabic, Karen, Nepali, Oromo and Tigrinya from the Resources section of the Safe from Violence website.

There are also links to audio of the Red Flags booklet in Amharic, Dari, Nepali, Oromo and Tiginya; and the Family Safety Pack and the Stop It At Start campaign available in 46 community languages.

The Family Safety Pack is for men and women coming to Australia. 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.
Stop It At The Start is a primary prevention campaign helping to break the cycle of violence by supporting adults to have conversations with young people about respect and to reflect on their own attitudes and behaviours.

To access these resources, click on the ‘Resources in community languages’ tab at www.safefromviolence.tas.gov.au/resources-hub/fact-sheets

If there is a community language you would like the fact sheets or other resources translated into, please get in touch via email at fsvap@communities.tas.gov.au to provide your suggestions.

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