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dc.contributor.authorNorthern Territory Governmenten
dc.formatIn folder; 1 sticker 13 x 10 cm.; 4 leaflets folded to 21 x 10 cm.; 1 leaflet folded to 21 x 15 cm.; 3 leaflets folded to 30 x 21 cm.; 1 poster 41 x 30 cm.en
dc.publisherOffice of Women's Policy, [Darwinen
dc.subjectIndigenous issuesen
dc.subjectClient resourcesen
dc.subjectCommunity educationen
dc.titleStop violence : family violence is not the Aboriginal way : Northern Territory Government Aboriginal Family Violence Strategy [English] [Aboriginal language(s)]en
dc.subject.keywordLanguage - Aboriginal language(s)en
dc.subject.keywordNorthern Territoryen
dc.description.notesThis kit contains a number of pamphlets, a sticker and poster. It contains information in Creole and English about the Aboriginal Family Violence Strategy as well as information for those who are experiencing family violence.en
dc.description.contents¬ 5. Is a fact sheet on Aboriginal family violence and strategies and dispute resolution that aboriginal women have applied to deal with problems in their communities, challenging the myth that violence against women is traditional.en
dc.description.contents¬ 7. Details the career of Sarah Nelson, who was commissioned to design the logo for the Aboriginal Family Violence Strategy ( the logo can be seen at the following URL: )en
dc.description.contents¬ 2. There are 2 pamphlets which explain what the Aboriginal Family Strategy is and the effects of violence on the community. One pamphlet is in English and the other is in Creole. These pamphlets list contact information for the strategy<br/ >police<br/ >legal services<br/ >specific Aboriginal services available in Darwin, Alice Springs, East Arnhem, Katherine and Tennant Creek<br/ >and emergency accommodation.en
dc.description.contents¬ 1. Trabul gadim hasbin o la femli o la komyuniti -Is translated from the NT police domestic violence pamphlet in Creole. It explains what a domestic violence order is and lists the telephone contact numbers for the police, counsellors, crisis service and health services in the Katherine area.en
dc.description.contentsThe sticker and poster contain the message that family violence is not the Aboriginal way.en
dc.description.physicaldescriptionIn folder; 1 sticker 13 x 10 cm.; 4 leaflets folded to 21 x 10 cm.; 1 leaflet folded to 21 x 15 cm.; 3 leaflets folded to 30 x 21 cm.; 1 poster 41 x 30 cm.en
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