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Family Violence Prevention Cards

These cards have been created to assist workers, clients and community members to identify different forms of violence.

Description of Forms of Violence cards:

  • 55 pictorial forms of violence cards including 14 x High Risk assessment cards and 3 blank.
  • These cards have been created to assist workers, clients and community members to identify different forms of violence.
  • Useful for workers / clients to aid in identifying and assessing High Risk Domestic and Family Violence situations.
  • Can be used with clients who are culturally and linguistically diverse.  Ages 14 +
  • Can be used in group settings- training in Family and Domestic Violence, Womens Groups and Men’s Behaviour Change Programs
  • Can be used with adolescents experiencing violence
  • Can be used to depict behaviours in the cycle of violence
  • Can be used for safety planning
  • Categories include: High Risk, Physical, Sexual, Psychological,  Emotional, Verbal, Jealousy/Controlling Behaviours, Cyber, Social, Financial and Cultural/ Spiritual Violence.

Concept: Tangentyere Family Violence Prevention Program

Illustration Artist: Jason Coulthard

Concept Contributors: Tangentyere Women’s Family Safety Group

All monies raised go towards the development of further resources to build safer communities.

Buy - $79.00
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ATNETYEKE! (STAND UP!) FILM

English Language Version.

A powerful animated short film about Family Violence set in the context of Central Australia. This film depicts the themes of gender inequality, the cycle of violence, power and control, depicting the different forms of violence, impacts of violence on women and children, male entitlement and the problem with alcohol.

The story is narrated by an Arrente Elder and through the eyes of the child. This film has been developed in collaboration with the Town Camp women of Alice Springs who are standing up and saying” NO MORE VIOLENCE.” This film asks what can you and your community do to help.  This film has been developed as an aid to talk about violence within training programs or in group settings.

Delivered on USB

Buy - $65.00
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ATNETYEKE! (STAND UP!) FILM

Arrente version with English subtitles.

A powerful animated short film about Family Violence set in the context of Central Australia. This film depicts the themes of gender inequality, the cycle of violence, power and control, depicting the different forms of violence, impacts of violence on women and children, male entitlement and the problem with alcohol.

The story is narrated by an Arrente Elder and through the eyes of the child. This film has been developed in collaboration with the Town Camp women of Alice Springs who are standing up and saying” NO MORE VIOLENCE.” This film asks what can you and your community do to help. 

ATNETYEKE has been developed as an aid to talk about violence within training programs or group settings.

Delivered on USB

Buy - $65.00
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Posters Pack

A set of useful posters which may be freely used.

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