White Ribbon Day 2015

Share This Post

NAPCAN stands with White Ribbon to end violence against women and their children. With more than one million Australian children affected by domestic violence, a recognised form of child abuse, it is vital we all play our part to prevent it.

We congratulate White Ribbon on their successful White Ribbon Day campaign on 25th November, which included over 500 events across the country.

Research has shown that children who have been exposed to intimate partner abuse have an increased risk of mental health issues as well as behavioural and learning difficulties.

Gender based violence impacts all Australians.

A commitment to ending violence against women is a commitment to ensuring that women, children and men live in safety free from all forms of violence.

To find out more about the White Ribbon campaign or get involved go to http://www.whiteribbon.org.au/


A great turn out for the White Ribbon Day march in Darwin, NT.

More News From NAPCAN



Thanks to generous funding from Run Against Violence (RAV), Round Four of the Love Bites Grants are now open! The aim of the grants is to help the Love Bites program reach as many young people as possible, particularly in areas of high need. We know that the cost of training facilitators



Trainer – Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect Do you want to make a difference to the lives of children and young people? Are you someone who has the skills to build community connections and deliver educational programs across Australia? Do you have excellent online and face-to-face training facilitation skills