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Indigenous Women’s Legal Program Wallet Card

Indigenous Women’s Legal Program Wallet Card

This is a folding card with contact details and numbers for Women’s Legal Service NSW Indigenous Women’s Legal Program.

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Indigenous Women’s Legal Program Fridge Magnet

Indigenous Women’s Legal Program Fridge Magnet

This fridge magnet has contact details and numbers for Women’s Legal Service NSW Indigenous Women’s Legal Program.

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Family Safety in Auslan

Family Safety in Auslan

These information videos in Auslan about Domestic Violence were produced by the Deaf Society NSW.

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Quick Guide to Working with Interpreters in Legal Settings

Quick Guide to Working with Interpreters in Legal Settings

Quick Guide to Working with Interpreters in Legal Settings Poster and Checklist

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Almost Equal

Almost Equal

A guide for Community Legal Centre lawyers to the 2008 changes to Commonwealth laws affecting same sex couples.

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Women’s Legal Service NSW Pictorial Brochure

Women’s Legal Service NSW Pictorial Brochure

This is a pictorial informational pamphlet with Advice Line contact numbers for Women’s Legal Service NSW.

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Is This Love?

Is This Love?

A resource made for young women about healthy and unhealthy relationships. Also available in a version for young Aboriginal women.

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Burrendong Report

Burrendong Report

Partnerships, Prevention and Rural Action III is a report from a Conference on Child Sexual Assault in Aboriginal Communities held between 15–19 October 2007 at the Sport and Recreation Centre, Lake Burrendong, Wellington.

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A Long Way to Equal

A Long Way to Equal

A Long Way To Equal gives a current assessment and analysis of the legal problems and barriers to access to legal services experienced by migrant and refugee women in Australia.

The 2007 report considers government and community sector responses to recommendations made in 2004 and considers strategies for change.

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Our Silence is Abusing Our Kids

Our Silence is Abusing Our Kids

Unique and innovative stories about Aboriginal women working locally to stop child sexual assault. Jointly produced by Dympna House and Women’s Legal Service NSW, the booklet contains interviews with community women and Aboriginal workers about their own efforts in their communities to protect children and support young people. Also contains vital information about child sexual assault.

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