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Title

Cycle of Violence - Family Violence Resource Kit

Abstract

This resource kit aims to improve Yolŋu understanding of the dynamics of family violence using a unique metaphor developed in partnership with Yolŋu – traditional knowledge about the cycle of the seasons. The resources encourage people to reflect on what action they can take to keep their children and families safe. They will be of benefit to Yolŋu workers and services more broadly when they are working with Yolŋu. The CD contains a series of radio plays describing each phase of the cycle of violence. The poster is a large laminated A1 size perfect for group settings and provides a visual representation of this, with icons of people, fauna, flora and atmospheric phenomenon according to the Yolngu cycle of seasons.

CLC/Agency ARDS Aboriginal Corporation
URL http://ards.com.au/resources/products/cycle-of-violence--famil
y-violence-resource-kit/
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Area of Law
  • Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander
  • Children and young people
  • Crime and offences
  • Family law and relationships
  • Family or domestic violence
  • Victims
Audience
  • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples
  • Children and young people
  • Community organisation
  • Community workers
  • Men
  • People experiencing family or domestic violence
  • People from culturally or linguistically diverse backgrounds
  • Prisoners
  • Women
Jurisdiction
  • NT
Method of Delivery
  • Audio
  • Publication
  • Translation or work with interpreters
  • Workshop/s, seminar or forum
Project Type
  • Community Development
Project uploaded to CLEAR 21st December 2016
Contact Person David Suttle
Contact Position Cross Cultural Facilitator
Contact Email david.suttle@ards.com.au
Contact Phone 0889844174
Production/Delivery Date 2014
Evaluation Yes
Review Date 21st December 2017

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