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Conference Registration

Conference Registration

Registrations are now open for Partnerships, Prevention & Rural Action IV – A conference on Empowering and Supporting Aboriginal Women & Young Girls

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16 Days of Activism Statement

16 Days of Activism Statement

Women’s Legal Service NSW Aboriginal Women’s Consultation Network and Indigenous Women’s Legal Program have made a statement for the 16 Days of Activism against gender-based violence, 25th November 2016 – 11th December 2016.

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Our Dream…

Our Dream…

This information booklet is about domestic violence and the law in NSW. It is designed primarily for Aboriginal women but may also be a useful resource for non-Aboriginal service providers.

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The Law Handbook

The Law Handbook

This practical guide to the law in New South Wales covers a range of legal topics. WLS NSW wrote or contributed to several chapters including; Aboriginal people and the law, Domestic violence, Family law and Sexual offences.

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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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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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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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