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Flash Mob

Subtitle Raising awareness about respect and healthy relationships

On Saturday 12 November, Barwon Community Legal Service joined staff from Bethany Community Support, Diversitat, City of Greater Geelong and a bunch of young people to stop traffic in Geelong CBD between Market Square and Westfield Shopping Centres. The group surprised unassuming shoppers with a Flash Mob dance in the street that was aimed at raising awareness about respect and healthy relationships. This Flash Mob community campaign is one of many events being run as part of the Barwon Month of Action to Stop Men’s Violence Against Women.

CLC/Agency Barwon Community Legal Service
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Area of Law
  • Family or domestic violence
  • Health
  • Victims
  • General public
  • VIC
Method of Delivery
  • Public Event
Project Type
  • Community Development
  • Community Legal Education
Project uploaded to CLEAR 24th November 2016
Contact Person Jillian Chapman
Contact Position Community Education and Development Coordinator
Contact Email
Contact Phone 1300 430 599
Production/Delivery Date 12/11/16
Evaluation No

Dancing in the streets to raise awareness about respect and healthy relationships is one way to tackle family violence through education. We hope that the Flash Mob will be a conversation starter for people to talk about what is a healthy relatio

Sponsor / Partner Agencies

Diversitat, Bethany Community Support, The fOrT Youth Centre - City of Greater Geelong, community members.

Review Date 24th November 2017

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