Be the change - make an impact.

Updated: Sep 19

Imagine not being able to make a change in your own home, the place where you live and should have safety. For many women and children, the only change they want to see, is a life safe and free. Often the issue of domestic violence is hard to understand, unless you’ve had some exposure to it as a survivor, relative, support person or professional; it can be very difficult to put yourself in their shoes. The thing is, no-one who has been impacted by domestic violence would want you to be in their shoes, so where do you start?


How can you make a difference?


Five actions that will prevent violence against women:

1/ Challenge condoning of violence against women

2/ Promote women’s independence & decision-making

3/ Challenge gender stereotypes & roles

4/ Strengthen positive, equal & respectful relationships

5/ Promote & normalise gender equality in public and private life


If we all work together, violence against women and children is preventable.

Domestic violence is not an individual problem; it's a health issue and a social problem AND it affects families worldwide.


Be the change - make an impact.


Much ❤

Jo x



Reference: Our Watch - www.ourwatch.org.au

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